What Bills Do I Owe and When Are They Due?

EPISODE 2 The Way We Were Before my late wife and I married, we went through premarital counseling. A treasured part of the process was a couple of session on budgeting. We listened to the instructions. We talked about the process and our priorities. Finally, we set up a simple budget.  The person leading the… Continue reading What Bills Do I Owe and When Are They Due?

How Do You Fold Fitted Sheets?

EPISODE 1 Fitted Sheets Did you know 27,000 men a month Google how to fold a fitted sheet? (1) Yes, they do. Google never says if even one man succeeds. I know I haven’t succeeded in folding the sheets. Instead of appearing neatly folded, they look as if they were wadded up. My efforts seem… Continue reading How Do You Fold Fitted Sheets?

Lessons Learned from Your Late Spouse Can Save Your Life

Preventive Check-up On March 22nd I went to the dermatologist for a routine preventive check-up. My interest in getting a heck of my skin started with a kick in the seat of my pants from my late wife. She had been diagnosed with Melanoma Cancer in June 2015. She scheduled an appointment for me with her… Continue reading Lessons Learned from Your Late Spouse Can Save Your Life

One Way For Grown Children to Keep Track of You

Where’s Dad? If you’re in good health and live on your own, your adult children don’t need to know your every whereabouts. They do not need to know everything you are doing. Attempting to do this will drive you and your kids crazy.  If you require that level of care there are facilities and services… Continue reading One Way For Grown Children to Keep Track of You

Episode 2 – The Challenges of Cooking

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