Monthly Archives: April 2012
In drivers training I was taught you have to use the rear view and the side view mirrors as you maneuver from one lane to another. The instructor let us know that in order for us to be able to know what is behind us we had to use the rear view mirror. We were also instructed that we had to use the side view mirrors to know what was coming up alongside us. Even though we had these two apparatus to help guide us along, there is an area when you can’t see the other car. The only way you will know that a car is there, you have to glance over your shoulder to make sure there was not another vehicle there. This is the blind spot. read more . . .
I remember decades ago when a friend of mine told me that I should start journaling. It was quite an emotional time for me and I found myself apprehensive about doing it. It was as though I felt that if I journaled it would shorten my life. Nothing but a fear tactic waged against me at a time when I didn’t know how to fight back. read more . . .
My brother and I were rolling over with laughter as we watched my niece try to get her 8-month old son to sit down. This little boy locked his legs and would not bend. As much effort as she exerted to get him to sit, he exerted the same amount not to. This power struggle went on for a few minutes. It was absolutely hilarious watching this young baby become totally inflexible as he resisted the instructions and actions of his mother to sit. Finally after several minutes of this battle of wills, she had to just lie him down. Needless to say, he was wailing. read more . . .