You opened my letter

    I remember as a little girl, my Aunt Vica in Kansas and my godmother Joanne would send birthday cards -and with money! Some would have animated pictures of balloons or animals, and they all seemed so sweet and made me smile. As I got older I understood the value of sending thank you, … Continue reading You opened my letter

Idyllic Living

  That sounds so idyllic, moving to the country, the fresh air, living off the land, no traffic, fewer taxes, etc. My observation is yes, less air pollution but not always so sweet smelling if there are animals or some neighbors in the vicinity. You never know who might be spraying what, or watering brown … Continue reading Idyllic Living

Day Trippin’

Out with a BMW, Ducati, Harley, Honda, Susuki and Yamaha. We are a diverse group. I don’t care what you ride, you are out there getting your senses involved like no other experience, and kudo’s to you! When I first met my sweetheart, I wondered why he rode motorcycles so much. After quickly recognizing his … Continue reading Day Trippin’

Moonlight, Starlight

  Moonlight Starlight, hope to see the witch tonight. Moonlight, starlight, hope to see the witch tonight. How fondly I remember the hot summer evenings laden with the settling aromas of golden, full-bodied, yeasty wheat chaff, the rich green and so sweet corn with vibrant splashes of silky tinsel, the musky, burgundy clover fields. Every … Continue reading Moonlight, Starlight