This morning, I looked out my kitchen window and thought I’d spotted a bit of red amongst my tomato plants. I looked again. Yes! There appeared to be one bright red cherry tomato hanging from one of my vines. I was thrilled!Continue reading Gardening With Suzanna: My First Cherry Tomato!
A couple of days ago, we had an unseasonably late-spring treat: The sun was shining, the temperature was around 70F with a light breeze, and the humidity was low. I figured this was probably going to be one of the last nice days so late in the spring before the long, dog days of summer arrived, so I decided to enjoy it by walking and taking the bus to run my errands.Continue reading Adventures With Metro: Never A Dull Moment
Yesterday afternoon, I was sitting at the back of my local CVS pharmacy waiting an hour for a prescription to be called in and filled. I passed the time slouched in my chair, alternating between half-napping and people watching.
I was not an easy child to raise. I’ll admit that. Thanks to my paternal DNA (That’s you, Dad.), I was born with a mean stubborn streak. I wasn’t a bad child, really. I was mainly just really frustrating at times. For example, I was very particular about what I did and did not like, and I made no bones about making my preferences known.Continue reading The Patience Of A Saint
Dad began unloading some groceries he had purchased from the local produce store before heading over to the airport to pick me up. I had already taken off my coat, shoes and socks, and had positioned myself just inside the side door so he could hand the bags over to me from the back of the van.
“Don’t stand in the house!” he insisted. “Come down here and help me!”Continue reading Holiday Hijinks