Category Archives: Sunday Scribbling


“Friction” is the new prompt word for Sunday Scribblings.    The first thing I thought of when I read the word, was rug burn.  Then I immediately blushed.  I’m pretty well-known for writing about everything, honestly and not holding back, but … Continue reading

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Harvest Moon

Another great thing about October is the harvest moon!  So huge and yellow looking!  So beautiful and bright.  So romantic.  When I’m outside during the full moon in October, I just can’t take my eyes off of it.  I can … Continue reading

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Listing the Essential

Today the prompt word at Sunday Scribblings is “essential”.  I decided that the best way to deal with it would be to list what is essential to me today.  Here is the list in no particular order: To watch the … Continue reading

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The First Cool Weather of Fall

I went out this evening to start a load of wash and I felt it.  The first cool temperatures of fall!  I love that first time when I feel the first cooler weather after summer.  Especially after a summer like … Continue reading

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When I hear the word           “clean” nowadays I go into a kind of panic.  I can’t say that I’ve ever been a great house keeper.  I don’t enjoy house work.  (Which is rather sad since I’ve been a “house wife” … Continue reading

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I Am Enough

Over the last several years, I’ve heard many times that we teach people how to treat us.  I don’t think I totally believe this.  Yes, if I accept crappy treatment from someone and they treat me crappy again, I guess you could … Continue reading

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Wait for it……

As you know, my daughter-in-law passed away a little over 5 months ago. My grandchildren are dealing with this with various degrees of difficulty. Right now, my oldest granddaughter (she’s 9) is having a very hard time with it. The … Continue reading

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