Monthly Archives: February 2017

It’s a special day: use the sterling

  “Sharon, we’ll be using the sterling…..”…was the instruction I would hear on a Saturday in 1954 as I got ready to set the dining room table for the dinner guests due to arrive on Sunday after church. Many of … Continue reading

Posted in As I Remember It, Cancer is a Cardboard Box, Heritage, Uncategorized | 5 Comments

A New Category: Cardboard Boxes

After I was diagnosed in March of 2016 I realized that a cancer diagnosis, like a new car, an old house, a bad road, or an overgrown garden, is sort of like a card board box that has stuff in … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments