MONDAY MUSINGS

Lessons from the ER

My husband, Scott had a tonsillectomy last Monday. If you’ve had your tonsils removed, I bet the memory triggers something akin to post-traumatic stress as your hand spontaneously rubs your throat. Yeah, it’s no picnic. And I don’t care what they say, but no amount of ice cream is worth the pain! At 52, the… Continue reading Lessons from the ER

MONDAY MUSINGS

Why Do the Right Thing When No One Else Does?

  Why Do the Right Thing When No One Else Does? Not long ago, I was stuck in a traffic jam on the freeway caused by a horrific accident (I found out later there was one fatality). I could not believe the rude and dangerous behavior of those who were stuck. As soon as an… Continue reading Why Do the Right Thing When No One Else Does?