I’m presently sitting in the customer waiting area of an auto dealership waiting for a part replacement and oil change. I am finding more and more I hate sitting around strangers. Every time I clear my throat, you suddenly feel eyes on you like you have the plague. Which makes me want to turn around … Continue reading Public spaces
I was not prepared for taking care of an elderly parent. I guess no one really is. However, I find the support systems for doing so seem non existent or hidden away. Most of my friends have no idea what I deal with and you find that you feel you have to just suffer in … Continue reading I’m overwhelmed
Washington Square - Suffolk, VA. Probably the shortest one so far I have done. 4 minutes. https://youtu.be/_LgCCHlZyzA Dying Retail
In my office I work with a young kid. Guess he is what’s called the generation Z group. With him I notice something I really have not noticed with millennials and boomers on back. I notice a disconnect with things from my childhood to his. I find it unsettling in a way. From entertainment and … Continue reading Generational gap
Lately I have been finding that mentally I feel like I am still in my 30’s with lots of time for life plans. Then I either stop and think about my actual age, or I’m carded, for what seems almost anything now, and it hits me like a ton of bricks. I’m moving along in … Continue reading Time
You’d think after two years of this pandemic crap, I would have gotten used to all the upheaval by now… Tuesday at work I felt like crap most of the day. I had gotten up and gone to the gym, felt fine. Got home, showered and headed to the office and… felt blah. The feeling … Continue reading Sick off all the fear
Sorry I haven’t shared a post recently but to be honest I didn’t feel like there was anything I wanted to share with the world that was important enough for the blog. I record entries often in my personal journal, but those are things I don’t feel like sharing with strangers. Which brings up a … Continue reading I’m still here
Mother reached a milestone Today. She is 94! I don’t know if I will make it that far in life. As much as my mother can be a pain in the rear as only mothers can, they always know how to push buttons, I’m thankful she’s in my life. I lost my father twenty years … Continue reading Happy birthday Mom!
What do you see when you see the image above? For you it’s just a key. Probably a motorcycle since it’s stamped Honda. For me it holds a lot of memories from 46 years ago. It’s also demonstrates the new Apple iOS 16 feature of being able to grab an image out of a photograph. … Continue reading Memories
A mall in the end stages of its life. https://youtu.be/DKv1UlEyz8g This is my fourth video in the dying mall series. Hope you enjoy if you enjoy these types of videos.