Is That All There Is To Life?

The other day I was a little surprised to read a young friend’s Facebook post where she expressed her concern about being SO old and not having accomplished what she should have by that age. I think she’s around 27. That sounds pretty young to me to be...
A Holiday Story 2012

A Holiday Story 2012

  Kathryn threw down her purse and buried her face in the big fluffy pillows on the couch. She couldn’t believe how horrible it felt to have the salesclerk say, “I’m sorry, we cannot process your credit card. It keeps coming up that it has been...

A Friendship That Will Never Be Forgotten

In the 1980’s I was blessed with a friend named Priscilla who on the ladder of loving and devoted friends would have to be placed on the very top rung, along with my friend, Judi, who I have known since I was a little girl. After my move from South Florida to...

The Loss Of Childhood Innocence

I was about seven or eight years old when I was sexually abused on a summer camp bus. I tried for years to block the abuse from my mind. As is often the case, incidents like that come back to haunt you. My Story: I heard my name being called. I turned around and a...
Sometimes It Takes A “Sandy” To Remind Us

Sometimes It Takes A “Sandy” To Remind Us

  Hurricane Sandy has been a catastrophic storm but there is one positive thing that I can say about it…It has brought out the best in many people. We’ve been reading about the BIG heroes, the men and women who risk their lives to save a person from...

How Debi Drecksler Spent Her Computer-less Afternoon

Thanks to hackers who managed to invade our office/home computers today, I spent the afternoon without a computer. Thank goodness we were able to get help to fix the problem. As much as I complain about technology taking over the world, I did not like being...