I'm hypersensitive to being scammed ... always on the outlook for anything suspicious; probably too leery for my own good. That's why I've taken over two years to make a decision on purchasing an outdoor nativity scene ... not wanting to be taken advantage of on a big purchase that will have to be shipped. [...]
Offta! It can storm around here. Two weeks ago it was a combined wind and rain storm. Winds whipped us around at 30 miles an hour ALL. NIGHT. LONG. But what really got us was the 75 mph gust that hit the town and surrounding area from the south at 4:14 in the morning. (My [...]
Reflections 2020 was a year for voices. Not always ones we've wanted to hear ... But there were things that needed to be said ... Sometimes helpful ... sometimes not. If I thought 2020 was noisy ... 2021 has us screaming ... already! I've decided not to. Scream, that is ... There's so much of [...]
I sometimes felt a little guilty about chasing the kids (and anyone, for that matter) out of the kitchen, especially during holidays.
Slightly out of step with Christmas festivities, this is not a post about making cookies ... it is about eating them.
I realize now that my brother had been about to call her out on that Christmas day.
My daughter signed me up for a website that asks me to respond to weekly prompts, sharing about my life and memories ... thoughts to be passed down to the family. I haven't been very good about keeping up with it ... sorry, Honey ... but a couple of the prompts have lined up with [...]
Where I live is more beautiful than where you live! Just kidding ... well ... not really ...
Harvest of days gone past. This relic is found in the Ghost town of Elberton, WA. See previous Wordless Wednesday post. Thank you for reading "Small Stuff". This is the second of two blogs. You can find more on my thought&faith blog at rashellbud.wordpress.com. Wishing you a beautiful day full of the Small Stuff that transforms [...]
One of the things that we love about where we live is our "back yard". Thirty minutes from the driveway and we're at the lake. Head in the opposite direction, and we're driving down dirt roads, past iconic farm homes and old barns. And yet, one more turn in the road and we're in Idaho [...]