Why Am I Asking Permission? I mentioned to my two oldest children (early 40s and late 30s in age) that I was going to remove about two-dozen family pictures from the fireplace mantle. I guess if I’m honest with myself I was asking their approval for a change I wanted to make. It’s a change… Continue reading When Can I Make Changes?
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Buying Groceries Tuesday, December 5, 2017, was the last day my late wife went to the grocery store and purchased groceries. It’s not unusual I would remember a date. She usually shopped on a Tuesday. She worked retail for over fifteen years for the big box retail store based out of Northwest Arkansas. As a… Continue reading I Ran Out of Groceries
Cooking One of the opportunities I have daily in my new normal as a widower is cooking most meals. Going out to eat every meal is not a realistic option for me. Dining out is cost prohibitive for doing it every day. Special Diet-requirements About the time my late wife was going on hospice care… Continue reading Episode 2 – The Challenges of Cooking