Looking back on Father’s Day

Looking back on Father’s Day

As one of that despots of the “older” generation who has ruined Facebook for Millennials and younger folks, this past weekend I posted a couple of pictures of my very own father, Pops Rush. And, why not, it was after all a Father’s Day weekend. I got to thinking, next month — July —will mark […]

To the Class of 2018, welcome to being an adult

To the Class of 2018, welcome to being an adult

This weekend went to son Sean’s high school graduation ceremonies. Our youngest is now taking his first steps of young adulthood like many in the ever-lovin’ Class of 2018. With pomp and circumstance they walked down aisles with robes and caps. Tassels have been tussled from right to left. Graduated. Woo-hoo and congratulations. Now your […]

World Naked Gardening Day & more

World Naked Gardening Day & more

Wow! What a great weekend we just had! Cinco de Mayo — I love Mexican fare! Kentucky Derby — Mint Juleps for everyone! And, the very same day, Saturday May 5, it was World Naked Gardening Day. Scoff if you must; tisk, tisk, if you’re so inclined . . . it was a nice, warm, […]

Talking about life, liberty and ‘Freedom’

Talking about life, liberty and ‘Freedom’

Life Well, dang-it-all! I missed my self-imposed deadline. Rats. I had hoped, didn’t work hard enough and failed to finish my book for dads. I wanted it written, rewritten, rewritten again and ready for purchase by Father’s Day. Not gonna’ happen. Hopefully, maybe by the holiday, gift-giving season, “Don’t Rush Me, I am making mistakes […]

It’s time to SCAMP Walk & Roll

It’s time to SCAMP Walk & Roll

Ah, it’s great to be alive! Spring is in the air, the tulips and other spring flowers are up and the weather is warm. New life. Renewal . . . . . . Is what I wanted to write about this week. Is what I should be writing about this week. But, I can’t. This […]

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