When I was a youngster, home delivery was much more prevelent than it is today. I’m talkin 1950’s-early 60’s. There were three main delivery services available in our neighborhood: milk, bread and laundry. And, oh yes, lots of folks got … Continue reading
Posted in Family, history, home, lifestyle, photography
Tagged bedding, bond bread, bread, Brothers, changing beds, chores, delivery trucks, dna, ds, family traits, genes, home delivery, Hopalong Cassidy, kid's chores, kids, laundry, milk, nostalgia, photographs, sheets, ups
I have sort of become “unblogged” this past week, mainly because my mind is preoccupied right now. My routine has been disrupted. Our ten-year-old king of the household, Bill the Dog, has been seriously ill. It does not look good … Continue reading
As I sat out back on the patio this morning in my thinking chair, I got to thinking there are important things missing in my life. They are things that are pure luxury, but nonetheless would bring me great happiness … Continue reading
Posted in WHATEVER!
Tagged chores, dishwasher, dryer, folding clothes, household chores, how come, laundry, repetitive tasks, what-if, why, why not, windshield washer