First of all, I just made that title up. As far as I know, it is not a real thing. It’s more a personal observation.
I find it rather annoying when someone corrects me. Especially when it is done without solicitation. I suppose I am not humble enough to receive correction. But here’s the kicker, I am also a corrector. I have corrected people and I just want to put it out there that I’m sorry. But let me try and explain the why so maybe you will have some mercy upon us correctors.
You probably are acquainted with the saying, “Can’t see the forest for the trees.” Perhaps you have had experiences that have taught you the meaning of this phrase. I have had my fair share of fleshing this phrase out. One, in particular, I will share with you now while it is fresh in my mind.
The thought of a new normal never occurred to me before. It happens all the time though. Usually at a gradual incline but normal never actually exists. Continue reading
I am trying to help my dad cut the cord to cable and move to Roku. It’s not an easy transition since he is familiar with cable and all of its schedules and shows. But cable is dying away so he is about to have no choice. I thought for sure if I enticed him with a John Wayne movie he would buy into the streaming television choice. What I learned that night though is not all John Wayne movies are created equal. His early work are unintentional comedies as he outgrew Marion Morrison and perfected becoming, well, John Wayne.
Remember this beauty tag line from the 80’s?
”I don’t intend to grow old gracefully. I intend to fight it every step of the way.”
Here is my latest pondering: is it winter or old age that is making me cranky? I hope it’s the former but fear it’s the latter since I’m cranky year round these days. Dang me, that is not who I want to be but man, I sure get annoyed easily these days. Somehow, somewhere along the way I’ve become the crazy cat lady minus the cats or one cranky old broad. Continue reading
Some things must be learned by experience. Continue reading
I started doing these year-end recaps of my monthly temple visits. I’m really not sure what to do with them other than share them here. Continue reading
A few of my family members decided to upgrade dad’s Kindle to an iPad. Christmas morning he opened his gift and received his new toy. My nephew started it for him and then left before he could troubleshoot some problems. Enter me. After promising dad his iPad would be simple to use since he already used an iPhone I had to figure out why it was, in fact, not as simple to use as we promised. Most of his apps transferred from his phone with no problem except his contacts. His contact list on his iPad was blank. Since the actual tech experts were nowhere near, I had to step up the plate and figure out the problem. What happened to his contact list?
I know we are technically 13 days into official winter (but who’s counting?).
Me! I am counting. Continue reading