Monthly Archives: July 2014

It Stood the Test of Time

While visiting my mother-in-law, she brought out a gift she had received years ago from my oldest son.   I was surprised how well it had aged.  He is 27 now.  It was sweet that she kept it.  I had forgotten all … Continue reading

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Sometimes Love is Made of Wood

No matter who you are, or whether you can accept, it’s nice to be invited somewhere. Mr. Legs and I open our home as much as we can, inviting family and friends for a visit, a meal, dessert, a special beverage, or games and snacks. We … Continue reading

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Medicated Me

It’s not the first time, but I decided a few weeks ago that I am on a lot of medication. I don’t take pills for fun.  Each one has a purpose.  Big or little, white or colored, oval, round or … Continue reading

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Swiss Cheese

After I found out I have MS but before it took any major ability from me,  I somehow thought the effects of weakness and numbness caused by the condition would  follow a logical sequence.  For instance, perhaps my toes would begin … Continue reading

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Spoiled in So Many Ways

A few weeks ago, our computer stopped cooperating with our scanner/printer.  The computer knew what we wanted it to do, but the message somehow couldn’t reach the printer to complete the task.  Interesting to realize the similarity of our computer problem and … Continue reading

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