Category Archives: Dads
Happy Father’s Day
Today can be a day of pleasure and pain….a day of remembering and a day of sharing memories and love. It can be a day of bittersweet thoughts of men who are gone and a day of spending time with … Continue reading
Who’s Got A Grandma Like This?#
So, I’m busy visiting in Florida, kinda’ on death watch for my Dad who’s got 24 hour hospice care now as we’re waiting for him to make his peace with his maker and separate from this life and move on. As … Continue reading
Sleepless In Arizona . . . So What’s Keeping You Up At Night? #
I received some disturbing personal news earlier tonight that my father isn’t expected to live another week. He’s 87 and suffering from Parkinson’s Disease so this isn’t coming as a super surprise. It’s actually a blessing since my poor father … Continue reading
On The Hunt For That Elusive Present . . . A Man’s Leopard Baseball Cap
One of my favorite things about Christmas is the shopping! NOT! The maniacal crowds, the frantic searching, that kind of shopping, I shudder to think of going to the malls. No thanks. But I do appreciate a heads up, an … Continue reading
Spanking/Beating . . . Hard To Tell the Difference in Texas!
I wrote an article this past June about a mother, Rosalinda Gonzales being brought up on charges by a judge for “beating” her child when she had spanked her daughter’s butt. She then lost custody of her other children. She … Continue reading
Happy Father’s Day Dad!
It is so hard to see our parents age. . .but I guess it is better than the alternative. My Dad is alive and kicking in Naples, Florida in an Elderly Care Facility with my Mom. He is in the … Continue reading