“The wisdom of patience.”

I can remember as far back as a kindergartener, hearing my mother, father, siblings, friends, and teachers, telling me, or writing in the margins of a report card, “Slow Down.” On many occasions throughout my life, I was told I need to develop and hopefully discover some patience. “Slow down,” is the repetitive word I knew more than anything throughout my life. After I retired, … Continue reading “The wisdom of patience.”

“Memory on the Menu”

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Memory on the Menu.” Which good memories are better — the recent and vivid ones, or those that time has covered in a sweet haze? All memories whether recent, vivid or those covered in a sweet haze are good memories if you can recall them. As life passes into the future, memories are tucked away Yet easily recalled, … Continue reading “Memory on the Menu”