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 What’s your goal this week?

Assuming you have one… (My goal is that I don’t let myself get so caught up in everything I want to do – that I forget to enjoy what I’m doing!) Of course, life has thrown me a curve ball, so now i’m sick in bed. It’s not really fair. I spent all last week […]

 Why all the fuss?

I was brought up in central Scotland in the 50’s and 60’s so my first real contact with people of a different race was at 18 in the army. Now there was a lot of prejudice about, but as I’d never met anyone other than white I decided to do what I always did and […]

 Christmas – Time for Christians, only?

Christians all over the world look forward to Christmas, feast days which they celebrate for hundreds of years world-wide. In these days, that’s my impression Christmas has become obsolete fort the young generations in special! How about you? What’s your meaning of Christmas ( does it means anything for you? ) How was Christmas celebrated by […]

 Rare White Calf

Home News Vacaville cattle farmer welcomes twins, rare white calf Len Granger, 85, bottle-feeds “Gabe,” a two-week old calf, at his small farm off Midway Road in rural Vacaville. Gabe isn’t albino, but his cream-colored coat is a rare lack of color to spot among the Grangers’ herd of brown Herefords. Jessica Rogness — The […]

 Old Movies, Starring Who?

Have you ever talked about old movies, and someone younger doesn’t know the famous (albeit) older actor? My son-in-law, a nice guy in his 30’s, has a poster of James Dean on his wall. My daughter loves Audrey Hepburn.  One day, I was gushing about Clark Gable in “It Happened One Night”, and he said, […]

 If Only

Hello bloggers and readers of the blogs, what would you like to see invented, not the usual inventions and meds we all hope for, cures against diseases and illness etc something totally frivolous ,  something that could make your life easier, more fun.  I would love to see calorie free food, chocolate, cream cakes, bread […]

 The Old Age Home?

This blog kind of follows on from LoneRogue’s last blog and some of the replies it inspired.  We all know that sometimes ‘the home’ is  perhaps the only answer. That said most people view the notion with distaste. Number one it is not ‘a home’, not your home. You will have to fit into an […]

 Let’s talk blankets!

I love blankets. Seriously, it’s an obsession to the point where I have a closet dedicated to blankets! I can’t help it! Sometimes, you want a fleecy throw, or several thinner ones, or a decadently feathered hug, right? So, what’s your blanket style? And, if you share a bed with a companion, do you share […]

 “It Takes a Village” Does it?

We, living today, depend on vast other persons to make life the modern way. As long as this remains available to us, we should be ok. Will it remain this way? Will it get even better?  Worse? I watched a video on Amazon Prime a few days ago called “The Hermit of Gully Lake”. It […]

 Do humans love dogs more than fellow man

Humans love dogs more than their fellow man? Two major studies showed that mankind has more empathy for pooches in dire circumstances than suffering people, according to a report in the Times of London. A UK medical research charity staged two phony donation campaigns – one with a dog and the other featuring a man. […]