What I Found

What I Found

The things we find The other day when I was putting the groceries away, I accidentally knocked one of the fridge magnets off. It’s one of those big clip things with a magnet glued to the back of it. When I hit it, all the papers that were in the clip fell to the floor. … Continue reading

Am I Missing the Domestic Gene?

Am I Missing the Domestic Gene?

Life in the fast lane Surely makes you lose your mind …. Life in the fast lane, everything all the time. Yeah, me and the boys from The Eagles are ‘eager for action and hot for the game.’ I’m living life in the fast lane balancing an overwhelming work schedule and dealing with lawyers with … Continue reading

Around Here Lately

Around Here Lately

A different state It appears the moving truck has packed up my stuff and moved me back into Crazy Town. You’d think that with everything that happened last year that I’d get use to these moments when my life shifts to a different state. One of these days, I’ll figure out how to balance the … Continue reading

One Fish, Two Fish

One Fish, Two Fish

With Two Fish and a Dog Our house is a very, very fine house With two fish and a dog Life used to be so hard Now everything is easy ‘Cause of you That’s the new theme song in our house. We have a new pet in our homeĀ  … everyone, meet Skittles the Fish. … Continue reading

Why my life is like Micheal Corleone

Why my life is like Micheal Corleone

We’ve only just begun We made it through one whole month of 2014 and the universe says to me, “Don’t get too comfortable over there Ms Fox. I’ve got something else up my sleeve that you need to learn this year.” I made it through the breakup. I worked through my planning and creating a … Continue reading

Jake and The Flying Carpet

Jake and The Flying Carpet

The latest edition Over the years, I’ve shared stories my son Jake has written for his English class. Some pieces, like this one, I don’t understand why or how they give him a certain grade. This one received an 88 – he was close, oh so close to getting that A. Have a seat and … Continue reading

Find Yourself

Find Yourself

The doctor is in It’s interesting to me how many of my married friends will share the problems in their marriage. Somehow the fact that I was married and now divorced must mean I know how to give them advice about what to do in their relationship. I’ve heard some things that make me cringe. … Continue reading

Broken the curse

Broken the curse

Fin the Fish It’s been over a month since Fin the fish joined our house. It looks like my curse has ended and I can no longer be branded the fish killer (Yeah, Larry, I’m talking to you!). Whew, that’s a relief! I just couldn’t understand how this could happen. I’ve had pets all my … Continue reading

Misty water-colored memories

Misty water-colored memories

Generation Screen Sometimes I watch my son Jake using my phone and wonder, how in the world did he figure that out? I think they’re calling kids Jake’s age, Generation Z but I like to call them Generation Screen. It’s like they can pick up anything with a screen (like a smartphone or tablet) and … Continue reading

My Quest for Balance

My Quest for Balance

The first followers For my first 5 followers, you might recognize the name of this post. This use to be the name of my blog when I started writing a few years ago. I changed my blog’s name when I discovered my true reasons for writing. I was so naive to think I could write … Continue reading