It’s Saturday morning! What got me out of bed so bright and early? Another post…what else! Before I go there however, I’d like to explain why my flaws are often the jumping off point for my writing. It’s because I’d really like to help you learn from my mistakes or inaction…if possible. So back to the story …
It might seem to some of you that I’m forever making reference to certain failings of mine. Why is that you ask? Some time ago I read a small, thin paperback on how to write well. One piece of advice stood out from the rest. Write what you know. That’s just what I’ve tried to …
happiness is…teriyaki meatballs…hugmamma.
the best 5-star, “bedside manner?”…swedish hospital in issaquah highlands…hugmamma.
you should let the bedbugs bite…makes life a helluva lot easier…you think?…hugmamma.
Most of you know of my dear friend Sylvia. From time to time she visits me on the internet, sharing some juicy tidbit sent by her UK network of friends and family. I first wrote of her in my post, “role models, aging gracefully,” dated 8-24-10. My friend who’s 70ish is admirable not only because she’s such …
affection, intimacy, hugging, all essential ingredients of human behavior…hugmamma.
galactosemia, a rare milk sugar disorder, occupies a mom as full-time caretaker, who loves her child unconditionally…hugmamma.
aging gracefully is serious business, at any age…hugmamma.
mothering and the holidays can overwhelm, but well worth the sacrifices…hugmamma.
Physicians setting the fees upon which Medicare pays doctors for medical services, sounds like an oxymoron…hugmamma.
Taking note of the “small stuff” that makes my life mine…hugmamma.
List of foods and their health benefits for your consumption.
Does race or social status affect customer service? Or is it just a matter of attitude adjustment? There are bad sales people and there are great sales people. Perhaps it’s just a reflection of the values they subscribe to. Whatever the case may be, salespersons shouldn’t “judge a book by its cover.” They might miss out on one heck of a sale. Remember in “Pretty Woman” when Julia Roberts told the sales staff in a Rodeo Drive boutique, “I was the one you wouldn’t help. Big mistake! Huge mistake! Huge!”…hugmamma