Watching BC Grow as an A

My Darling Daughter, my Son in Love, and my adorable grandson came to visit last week. Baby Cakes is two years old now. I could write all kinds of grandmotherly things like how he learned so quickly to shoot rubber bands, how his language is developing, how he loves to color pictures and play outside […]

Dancing and Running for Heart Health

February is the American Heart Association’s Heart Health Month, and there is an additional Go Red for Women push that specifically emphasizes women’s heart health. Our community participates in the Women’s Heart Health Day with a luncheon and a 5 K run. This year, the Line Dancing Class I participate in was invited to perform […]

“Sitting is the new smoking”

Twice in the past year or so I have done blogs about how poor health may be related to sitting. Since then, I have made an effort to get up once an hour, even when I am involved in a detailed computer project, and move around. I keep a list of chores and short projects […]

New Year – Fluoride free

Fluoride has been a hot button issue with me for 30 years – probably more. I remember being disappointed after my first child was born when my doctor (who I respected) told me to give him fluoride drops but not vitamins. I remember getting in the fight to keep fluoride out of the city where […]

Christmas Brunch

We celebrated Christmas with family on the first weekend of December. As my father used to say, “It doesn’t matter what day it is as long as we are together.” There are now several families involved in our Christmas, and the best thing for everyone concerned was for us to have an early Christmas. There […]

Alps – BTD eating on a tour

When we booked our trip, my Honorable Husband was having serious digestive problems and was still on a gluten and dairy free diet. I called the airline to ask about getting meals for special diets, and they didn’t have any trouble at all signing us both up for gluten free and dairy free. Oh my! […]