A SATURDAY AFTERNOON FOR YOURSELF – Rich Paschall

Home Alone, by Rich Paschall So, it is Saturday afternoon.  You don't have to go shopping.  There is no dry cleaning to pick up.  There are no appointments to keep.  Friends or relatives are not expecting you at a shower, baseball game, wedding, or bowling tournament.  Aunt Ethel is not waiting for you to meet … Continue reading A SATURDAY AFTERNOON FOR YOURSELF – Rich Paschall

THE BANE OF HOUSEHOLD CHORES – BY ELLIN CURLEY

As I get older, I’m having a harder time accepting repetition as a big part of my life. I don’t mean cosmically or philosophically. I mean plain old boring repetition of everyday tasks like doing the laundry, washing the dishes, making the beds and cleaning the bathroom. It always feels like ‘I just did that’ … Continue reading THE BANE OF HOUSEHOLD CHORES – BY ELLIN CURLEY

A SATURDAY AFTERNOON FOR YOURSELF

Home Alone, by Rich Paschall So, it is Saturday afternoon.  You don't have to go shopping.  There is no dry cleaning to pick up.  There are no appointments to keep.  Friends or relatives are not expecting you at a shower, football game, or bowling tournament.  Aunt Ethel is not waiting for you to meet her … Continue reading A SATURDAY AFTERNOON FOR YOURSELF