Every Single Piece of the Puzzle Is Needed

Just wanted to capture a few of my thoughts from the last while.. It really struck home to me lately (with the world situation as it is) that every person’s job is so important! Sure, the doctors’ and nurses’ jobs and what they can do is beyond valuable. But could they do what they needContinue reading “Every Single Piece of the Puzzle Is Needed”

Time’s Fun if You’re Having Flies

WAIT, WHAT? I haven’t been having any flies but the time has sure been fun. Days seem to race past, and before I know it, they turn into weeks. Here’s a short rundown of life down Highway 20. There’s been trucking. Passing the long hours with a thrilling audiobook. Catching up with the hubs andContinue reading “Time’s Fun if You’re Having Flies”

Creativity

The other day, inspiration hit me at the corner of the Walmart parking lot. It wasn’t much, just a homeless man standing and holding a cardboard sign. I assume he was homeless or needy. He looked the part. But on the contrary, his sign didn’t read “Hungry”, “Homeless”, “Needing Work”, or any of the usualContinue reading “Creativity”

Trying to be Cool

You know how sometimes, you try to be cool and it really works and everyone is impressed with how elegant or beautiful or cool or amazing you are. Ya me neither. Here is an instance of how it goes when I try to be cool. So Ross and I were headed out into the hillsContinue reading “Trying to be Cool”

Beautiful Morning, Ain’t It?

The wind howled drearily around the truck cab, sometimes making the sleeper rock slightly. The sky was overcast and sullen. Ross and I donned our Carhartts and gloves and set to work undoing the ropes that hold the tarps on the hay. It was miserably difficult pulling the 29’ x 27’ tarp off. 140 poundsContinue reading “Beautiful Morning, Ain’t It?”

My Week in a Pea Pod

My Week in a Pea Pod. (It’s like saying “in a nutshell” only way more interesting.) — One day I received an email. It began “Hi, I am Chuck, the Truck Duck.” Too bad it had to be spam after such a great introduction. — “You are not a chicken,” I told Buster Bear asContinue reading “My Week in a Pea Pod”

The Night Robbers Stole Part of Our Load

It had been a long day in the truck. We wound our way over White Pass and happily found a parking spot on a wide spot along the highway. Inside the city limits of Packwood, Washington, Ross and I settled down in the bunk for a cozy night’s rest. Somewhere in the wee morning hours,Continue reading “The Night Robbers Stole Part of Our Load”

Butterfingers Trifles and Babysitting

So to begin with, here’s the recipe I promised to share with y’all.. Butterfinger Trifles Here’s what you will need to get started on this simple delicious dessert. 1/2 cup butter 1 cup white sugar 1 cup heavy whipping cream 1 Tablespoon flour 1 teaspoon vanilla 8 oz. Cool Whip 1/2 of an angel foodContinue reading “Butterfingers Trifles and Babysitting”

What’s Your Tuesday Like?

What’s Your Tuesday Like?In my life there seem to be no normalities. One cannot plan in advance beyond the next day (if even that far) as all things in my world are subject to change. In fact if I want to plan on something, I can plan on changing my plans. With that being said,Continue reading “What’s Your Tuesday Like?”

Get To Know Me And Mine

Meet Buster. He entered our life a few months ago and wiggled and licked his way right into my heart. He is good at terrorizing the felines around the place, barking at strangers, digging deep holes in flower beds, and melting hearts with his endearing eyes. Oh and also, he is excellent at cuddling andContinue reading “Get To Know Me And Mine”