There was no pomp or ceremony. There was no fanfare. There were no cheering people. A momentous occasion required at least a little ceremony and fanfare, a few cheering people, didn’t it?
It was just after 11 a.m. on a raw, bleak, December day. I shivered, turned up the collar of my coat and tugged the zipper up as far as it would go. I was walking west Continue reading i did it →
Many of us know that the USA is a materialistic society driven by consumerism. We know it but all the while we earn money to buy stuff. We want the trendiest, most fashionable clothing. We cannot live without Continue reading Ruled by Stuff →
It was a bitterly cold, blustery day in mid-December when a blind grandma ‘died’. My daughter was one of four witnesses. Here’s how it happened . . . Continue reading Killing Blind Grandma →