This past Thanksgiving holiday was, to say the least, an adjustment for many of our families. Mine was no exception. We visited our family via the usual technological devices. We ”thanked God” for the opportunity and the blessing(s) of being able to visit and share with one another because of technology.
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In the twinkling of sound, four words ignited a fire in the hearts and minds of men and women.
What vessel sinks do I go with?
It was an adventure and a memorable one at that.
Well, it’s certainly going to be a different Turkey Day for most of us next week.
Some people enjoy the structure of having a daily routine. I am not one of those people. I can do it for a time, and then I have to give myself a firm talking to. Where I would be happy to eat chips and onion dip for supper at least three times a week, I realize that I spoiled my family by feeding them a meal every day and now they actually expect it.
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So, what will it take?
I returned from picking up one of my vehicles from a repair shop on Nov. 17. The front end of the vehicle needed an alignment. A previous visit earlier this year required alignment and other front-end repairs on my other vehicle. I average about two and a half frontend repairs a year. I travel Linwood Avenue a lot, near the Loop especially. Parts of Linwood in that area are like war-torn roads.
The news report with the latest about “murder hornets” interrupted my morning stroll through the news. I grew clammy. I might have quivered.