Some time ago, I wrote the infamous Why I Blame My Mother For My Shoe Fixation post.
Having an Easter outfit with new shoes was pretty routine. I’ve carried it into my later years even though I don’t attend church.
There will be no Easter outfit or Easter shoes this year. Or an Easter dinner though I am playing around with the idea of making scalloped potatoes on Sunday.
I did order my mom an Easter basket which they kindly delivered yesterday. She was tickled, but still and all it just doesn’t feel like Easter.
I’m growing weary of this quarantine, but I am still suffering it happily. The alternative is death and destruction and in this time of Easter, we are to focus on life. So maybe I’ll plan the Out of Quarantine Outfit and new shoes
John Prine is frail and was intubated yesterday with symptoms of COVID-19. He has some other health issues. This is not good news. Not at all.
I was introduced to John by Mark Blain and his wife, Donnie. Both of them are gone now. We were standing around on a camping trip talking about music and somebody mentioned John Prine. I said I wasn’t familiar.
Mark looked at me as if I were an alien and began reciting the lyrics to this song. Everyone there joined in. My first order of business after the camping trip was to acquaint myself with John Prine. My first album was Storm Windows. It’s a great one.
Oh, he’s an American original and a treasure. My heart hurts. This is so not good.
Dear Connie Lynn,
What have you been doing? I miss you all day long. Daddy will be gone a long long time but I will think of you every day. You be a good girl and love your momma and brother. And give them a kiss every night for Daddy. You be good in church and Sunday school and remember Daddy in your prayers.
I love you, Punkin.
Guessing this to be 1966 or 1967 or thereabouts
When my son was born. I promised him everything good.
I feel like I’ve made good on that promise.
On social media, I call him Chef Boy ‘R Mine. He’s the love of my life.
A few years ago, he met the love of his life on match.com. They married yesterday.
I am over the moon.
We’re all in Ibiza, Spain. The wedding was the best I’ve ever been to. The reception was a heap of fun. Today, I have gloried in the fact that he is happy and has found, as he says, his Queen.
I haven’t had a lot of time with my daughter-in-law, but the little I’ve had, I adore her. She is intelligent. She is gracious. She is beautiful. My grandchildren will be awesome.
The view from my cup is overflowing with happiness. I am just suffused with joy. It’s so much fun to watch the wheel of life turn and to see one’s offspring do well. I couldn’t be happier.
Jeremy, my son, was uncompromising when it came to a help-meet. He had high standards and he met them all. Vanessa is a treasure.
We can walk this world alone or we can choose a partner. My son has chosen well. I am beyond happy. My cup over flows.