Lessons from a Cemetery

Lessons from a Cemetery

I walk around our little town cemetery every day with my dog Tully. The cemetery was established in 1884. Since I’m on the cemetery board, I’ve spent lots of time with maintenance—picking up limbs, planting bulbs, finding buried headstones. I’ve learned some lessons...

Snowbound Lessons

Living in Louisiana, snow is a rare visitor. We usually venture to New Mexico or Colorado for a snow-fix, to ski or to experience a winter wonderland. When we travel to those “foreign” lands, we go prepared with clothing, accommodations, winterized transportation, and...

Some Stay at Home Lessons

Rumor has it that the world is about to open up, offering a new normal. All I know is that I have learned lots of lessons that I hope I will implement in my life after the pandemic. Each of us has carried different burdens, perhaps bringing some from before the stay...