Tag Archives: Blogs
What happens when an engineer tries their hand at creating a formula for happiness? Solve for Happy is the story from Read On blog. Here is a tease. . . That is all well and good, but I’m not an … Continue reading
We all have heard the hypothetical question, “If you could pick one person, dead or alive, to sit and talk with on a park bench for an hour, who would it be? Well, from the first time I was ever … Continue reading
Yes, there is lots to be concerned about these days. Margy, over at Amusives-Fueled by Carrot Cake has used her isolation time to find some of the funniest memes for smiling through this virus thing. Go on over and smile … Continue reading
Bloggers, as a group are typically happy and engaging, eager to share our world with others. A few months ago, I mentioned having lunch with a blogging friend, Just Another Day. This post includes a photo of Jim and me … Continue reading
I hope Colleen doesn’t mind me borrowing her artwork, but this is just too good not to share….an important reminder to all. May I suggest you stop by and visit The Chatter Blog and subscribe. You’ll thank me later.
Here we go again with another episode of “Blogger’s Block” My mind is bouncing around like a pinball machine being used in the “Pinball World Championship” Youtube has made it impossible to embed videos in the blog, so now I’ll … Continue reading
Thank you (I think), David Kanigan for the opportunity to pull aside the curtain and expose myself. Everything you ever wanted to know about me. . . and then some. Ray Takes The Proust Questionaire David’s blog, Live & Learn … Continue reading
I am safely back in South Carolina after my trip returning Mom home. And, as usual with such trips, I return with a story to tell. Some facts: The trip, from start to finish took 17.5 hours. (I left at … Continue reading
Amusement is the goal of most bloggers. This theory is explained by Jim over at Borden’s Blather If I can amuse others while taking my enjoyment, all the better.
One of my daily reads is Colleen, the Chatter Master. Bite-size lessons about living. Earthy and honest. Sign up. You’ll thank me later.