Family

LIFE CAN GET MESSY

Right now, life is very messy. I’ve got anemia and it needs treatment. Garry’s glaucoma seems to be acting up — OR he’s got some problem with migraines OR both are connected. The problem is, he can’t see properly and… Read More ›

NO ASSISTANCE REQUIRED

Christmas Tree Dilemma Resolved, Almost, by Rich Paschall Sometimes you don’t have the energy to assist a mate on a household project. You may be tired from your own projects and duties and don’t want to pitch in. We all… Read More ›

CHRISTMAS DESSERT

A Christmas Day story, by Rich Paschall When Rick opened the curtains to look out on Christmas morning, the scene before him was exactly as he imagined a perfect Christmas morning to be. It had started snowing late in the… Read More ›

A TRIP IN THE NIGHT

Roommates, by Rich Paschall, a roommate in the dark FLASHBACK FRIDAY ON SATURDAY FROM 2018 At some point you may have had a roommate other than your parents and siblings. They do not count for this consideration as you did not… Read More ›

MY BITTER ROOTS

I am named after an aunt I never met. In my version of Jewish family, you don’t name babies after living people. Only after those who have passed. This is not true in all Jewish families. It depends on where… Read More ›

THE DEPARTURE

A Time Passage story, by Rich Paschall It was a gloomy summer evening. The rain was falling steadily. The street lights were coming on and the soft glow fell through the front room window. Riley did not notice the street… Read More ›

DO OVER – RICH PASCHALL

What Would You Change?  by Rich Paschall If you could do your life over, what would you change? Would you choose a different career? Would you choose a different house or apartment? Would you consider living in another town? Another… Read More ›