Since we’re talking about RV’s in this post, I thought you might enjoy hearing my worst RV nightmare while on the road. It happened several years ago, and looking back, I shudder. Not dangerous…just embarrassing as heck. A situation where I wished to completely disappear.
Category: Personal Diary
My blogging birthday is March, but in looking back, I thought it would be fun to see my most shared post for 2016 and top 3 posts. Let’s start with the most shared post, two of which are tied for that position.
Hubby and I made a visit to Monroeville Alabama in our vintage motorhome last week. Monroeville is a Deep South town with cotton fields and old Southern mansions. What else is it known for? It is the hometown of Harper Lee, who wrote the American classic, “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
Back to Jail with Ketchup…puns…intended puns. Out of jail for a while, but I went back. You can read all about that here “Out of Jail Thrift Store Hauls.”
Another blogger said one’s problems or ailments should never be aired. On the other hand, someone else said these things help people identify with you. If this is a rule, I’m breaking it, and baring all to you, my friends.
Osteoporosis has reared its ugly head, so I guess I’m playing “ketchup” with my age this year…not that I consider myself “old” yet, but everything hit me early.
Being an over 50 blogger has its advantages. I love the fact that I now have wisdom to impart to help someone else walking the road I’ve walked. Though “15 Ways to Survive Widowhood” isn’t a “fun” topic, it’s part of life that happened to me over 20 years ago. For those walking this road, I totally understand how you feel. And be assured that these steps apply to anyone who has suffered a loss. In my journey of grief, I learned how to survive widowhood, and reach acceptance at the end.