“A day late and a dollar short” is the saying I believe. I am on retreat this weekend and by the time we finished with evening prayer last night, it was too late to think about posting. So, here is yesterday’s post – today. Each May I attend a Dominican retreat at Rosaryville in Louisiana. It is a beautiful facility with a background steeped in history. Maybe I’ll do a post on it soon. Meanwhile,…"Daily Journal – May 5"
About a year ago, Hubby and I took a road trip (date day) down the bayous of Terrebonne Parish in Southern Louisiana. I had expressed an interest in seeing where the bayous intersected with the gulf. It was an interesting drive as we navigated the little roads along and through the marsh and bayous, and we literally drove to the end of the road on three bayous. There were a number of houses that had…"A visitor in my own state – A Road Trip down the bayous in Terrebonne Parish, Southern Louisiana"
My daughter once asked how do you know what is up the bayou and what is down the bayou. I told her it was all relative. Wherever you happen to be standing, one way is up the bayou and the other is down. It is as simple as that. A couple of weeks ago, we took a little ride down the bayou from where we live. This past Sunday we headed up the bayou. The…"Up the bayou. Down the bayou. "
Ever feel that way? After the last week and a half, I feel that I should be besties with the Geek Squad. It feels as though they have spent more time on my computer than I have. Between physical therapy appointments and loads of doing nothing but pain management, I can literally say and mean, “I don’t know what has been done, what needs to be done, and what had better get done – NOW.”…"Recap of the last two weeks – time I'll never get back…"
About a week ago I had my semi-annual check-up at Ochsner Hospital. They have recently switched over from pounds to (is it) kilograms. Can I mention just how much I HATE this system? Just get it over with. Tell me I weigh way too much. Don’t make me convert that lovely LITTLE number into a BIG number on the chart above the scale. I had my blood work done a couple of weeks prior to…"A tourist in my own town – New Orleans"
Purchase on Amazon – http://amzn.to/1N8KmOz Thirty-one-year-old Enza Parker is struggling to change the trajectory of her life. To prove to her overbearing father she can flip a house on her own, she takes on a project much too ambitious for her––and it puts her in the path of the most alluring man she’s ever met. Enza plans to flip the house she inherited from her estranged grandmother, Vergie, in Bayou Sabine, Louisiana. As a child,…"Bayou My Love by Lauren Faulkenberry – Review"