Bobbing Along

A Lifetime of Stories: collected, painted, shared.

Month: July, 2012

A Brief Summary of Jury Duty

Jury Duty. I’ve served. Twice. I’m done. I have an ongoing list of friends who have never been summoned and that list will be consulted should I be called again. Beware! Day One: I am selected for two jury pools and rejected from each. Part of me is relieved. Another part is thinking: just like […]

The Great Fourth of July Flood and Other Tales

Holidays. Everyone loves holidays. In this family, holidays tend to bring a unique level of chaos. I refer to certain crises as “party games” for, if nothing else, the crisis of the day later becomes fodder for entertainment and laughter. I remember a Thanksgiving years and years ago when I was just entering adulthood. It […]