Years ago when Grammy was first worried about Alzheimers she told me that even if her mind forgot me her heart never would. I can still see her standing in her kitchen tapping her chest, both of us getting choked up. The doctors cleared her then but I never forgot that conversation. It was a… Continue reading To My Grammy.
Last week I talked about finding my old illustrated copy of Phantom of the Opera. I left off with me sitting down to read it’s story once more. Of course, much like the mouse and her cookie reading the story led me to downloading the soundtrack, led me to sharing it with my sons, led… Continue reading Phantom of the Opera Part II
Last week I had the honor of taking my grandparents out to Maryland where my parents, sisters and uncle live. Grammy and Papa spend most of the winter out there and Grammy doesn’t drive anymore. I tag along, help drive and get to spend time with my family. It really is a win win. My… Continue reading Traveling
Isn’t this cool? My uncle Carl made this for me for my ninth or tenth birthday. It was commissioned paid for by my Grammy. Think back to when you were nine or ten, what little girl isn’t obsessed with horses at this age? All I could think about were horses and riding lessons (which I… Continue reading Memories From Childhood.