— Every time I drive, I smile. Read now how one adventurous drive taught me so much.
I learned much about driving in highschool. I learned then that I love TO drive. Heck, my first real job was even driving people to the airport who parked at Doug Fox Travel.
My favorite time to drive is when the sun is going down, especially when all clouds are absent. I’ll never forget one certain drive in 1986, a few weeks after I turned nineteen. It was from Seattle, WA all the way down to California with a one night motel stay on the way. That drive forever holds a spot in my heart. Why? I was by myself. Repeat after me; Marianne was crazy.Continue reading “Important Things Learned From One Exciting Adventure”
It was the perfect year, the year I was twelve, that I got my first diary for Christmas. That was the perfect year because the first thing I wrote about was something I’d never want to forget; that Christmas day.Continue reading “My Diary’s First Christmas”
Ready for a few questions? What if today was your last day? What would you do? What wouldn’t you do? How would you think? How would you feel? Think about it. My answers to all of these would be going on and on and on, so I’ll spare you hours of reading and just share a few.Continue reading “If Today Was Your Last Day – Song #23”
Are you ready to admit you fit into the older age category, having learned much from the many ups and downs in life that came your way? Or maybe you are not as old but, because of certain trials, you feel older than the number shows. We all wish we knew earlier in life things we know now.Continue reading “Dear Younger Me – Song #15”
I can’t help but think how my pillow knows my many happy thoughts as of late. That is why I’m sharing, of course with a wee bit of change, a posting I originally shared over a year ago.
Picture a time in your life that stands out. One you can perfectly picture after ten, twenty, or even thirty years.Continue reading “God Held Me From Start To Finish”