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The day my father died, I was in a grocery store buying bananas. I remember thinking to myself, “This is insane. Your dad just died. Why the hell are you buying bananas?” But we needed bananas. We’d be waking up for breakfast tomorrow morning, and there wouldn’t be any bananas - so there I was.

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I hope everyone that resolved to start a diet this month has stuck to it better than I have. I cant seem to decide if I want to do low carb, count calories, or eat garbage. My husband and I have decided to stop eating at restuarants for awhile and try to stay in more and make more home cooke…

As New Year’s Day approached last week, I thought I would ask my Facebook friends again to give me a few of their traditions. After I collected twelve of these, I saw some definite similarities. A few people had specific traditions according to family made decisions, but most people regardle…

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The Broadway Musical “Annie” represents the perfect attitude for a day that is filled with gray and that feels lonely. She sings out loudly “….I just stick out my chin and grin and say, the sun will come out tomorrow, it’s only a day away”.

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As New Year’s Day approached last week, I thought I’d ask my Facebook friends again to assist me. I wondered if everyone’s New Year’s traditions were like mine or different, so I asked everyone to tell me in one to two sentences what their New Year’s traditions were. My own traditions were r…