Indiana Part Two

As I was thinking about Indiana, I realized I hadn’t addressed the old adage, “You can’t go home again.” Well, that’s pretty much crap because we are a mobile society, and of course, you can go home again. It’s what you may find changed you have to be ready for. At seventeen, I wasn’t. I […]

I’m Not Seeing Anyone Today

Two words. The Dentist. And one more word–Pain. Except there will be more. I’m starting to feel my lips! Don’t blame the dentist. It’s my fault, putting things off for as long as possible, and then, well I promise to get this done and stop    eating      M&M s…….. maybe. I do want […]

Spirits,anyone? Part 2

Before I tell this story, you need to know that I don’t walk around the world looking for ghosts; however, I am sensitive to energy around me, and since I’ve gotten older (sad face), I seem to be able to identify or sense more energy. For example, I live in a 118-year-old home in an […]

Spirits, Anyone?

As promised, I have a ghost story from a boarding school. I worked there 16 years, and my classroom was either on the third or fourth floors of the old school building. This school is older than the United States, and during the Revolution, a nearby building housed injured soldiers. Even after 16 years, I […]

Spirits and Redecoration

I’m not seeing painting today! I am living in a house that is over 100 years old, and the previous owner just slapped some neutral paint on everything! Matte paint on walls? Seriously? “Oh well,”  he said, “I figured you would want to change to your own colors.” Yes, actually I do. But there is […]

Changes: Personal

Never think you are too old to have big changes happen to you! Ten years ago, I left the teaching assignment and school in which I thought I would stay “forever.”  (Insert Big Change) A few weeks ago, I left a second school. (Insert Big Change) Two years ago, I had my personal life turned […]

Not Normal

I am not normal and never have I been. I tried throughout high school and just managed to play on the cusp of the social “elites,” but I had better friends on my own. At least until 1971. I don’t know that these people will ever know what an impact they made on my life, […]