Month: May 2018

It’s a Computer Miracle!!!

Knowing we were heading out the next day for Beaver’s Bend, OK for a family fishing trip, I knew I had to write/type my daily posts in advance. Thus, this Hoot Suite-driven post today! Aww! Gotta’ love this world of technology that solves so many timing issues. I type the post and Hoot Suite provides…

By Donna Wuerch May 31, 2018 0

GONE FISHING

We’re (my Wallace clan and me) heading out this morning for our annual fishing trip, but this year we’re diversifying from the trout camp we went to for years and heading for a fishing hole (or holes) at Beaver’s Bend in Broken Bow, OK. The list of “must take” items that were made by Papa…

By Donna Wuerch May 29, 2018 0

Happy Memorial Day!

I live in a 55+ community of almost 3,000 homes and I’ve noticed incredible patriotism throughout on this Memorial Day. American flags are lining the main roadways and most homes have a flag in their yard or on their home. I’m quite sure many of those who live in this community are veterans and/or they…

By Donna Wuerch May 28, 2018 0

Graduates — Oh the Places You Will Go!

I have thoroughly enjoyed all the graduate photos and accolades that you moms and dads, friends and family members have been posting. No question — Graduation Day is exciting, sweet and, oftentimes, combined with fear and trepidation about what the future holds. “Where are they going? What are they going to do? Where am I…

By Donna Wuerch May 23, 2018 0

Well…Bless Your Heart

I’m called a typical “southern girl” because I speak those words quite often when someone is sharing their concerns or difficulties with me. It rolls off my tongue like water off a duck’s back. But when I say those words “Bless your heart”, I sincerely mean them, because I’ve had a broken and aching heart…

By Donna Wuerch May 22, 2018 0