The sun is going down behind the mountain As we drive home from work. I'm listening to you talk about your day. "Did you know that hens eventually stop laying eggs?" I ask you as you head under Austin Bluffs. "I guess it makes sense, really, if you think about it. I guess they go … Continue reading Hens Laying Eggs
Hi ho, hi ho, It's off to work I go, Where I find the joy And pleasure of Helping others daily. I find the hidden treasures Of life among the elderly! They have so much to share, If you stop and listen well, Their wisdom truly is, The best beyond compare! © Elaine Wood-Lane 2/19/16
A major fault of mine when I’m cleaning house is a tendency to get sidetracked by…anything! This morning is a perfect example: I start laundry, sit down a moment to message some people. Washer finishes. I go and switch loads–towels in the dryer, whites in the washer. Come back, get broom to sweep kitchen floor. Realize I still have a Christmas tin that contained popcorn in the corner of the kitchen on the floor. I pick it up and think, “Wow! This would be perfect to put my current yarn project in! I could poke a hole in the plastic part of the lid and voila! Instant yarn holder. Except the Christmas scenes are a bit much. I think I have some shelf lining paper that I could put on the outside to make it pretty. Where is that? Hmmm, I think it’s in the basement storage area.”
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A major fault of mine when I'm cleaning house is a tendency to get sidetracked by...anything! This morning is a perfect example: I start laundry, sit down a moment to message some people. Washer finishes. I go and switch loads--towels in the dryer, whites in the washer. Come back, get broom to sweep kitchen floor. … Continue reading My Morning Thus Far…Sidetracked Much?
This week has been a wild ride in more ways than usual. First it snowed so much that, no one could ride anywhere. Then I started a new job, where I arrived by sheer luck for training, training, training, and, did I mention, training? My mind is not as elastic as it used to … Continue reading Please Wait…