It’s Potato Salad for the WIN!!!
Author: Kim Kamp Leslie
I’m Kim and I’m addicted to Kerrygold butter …
COVID-19 ... who knew? I mean REALLY - WHO COULD HAVE GUESSED?! Uh not me for sure - I really was pumped for a great 2020 since 2019 was pretty dicey at times. So far 2020 has brought such an interesting mix of excitement, such as a frenzy to find toilet paper and bread yeast, … Continue reading I’m Kim and I’m addicted to Kerrygold butter …
“Because He Lives”
A cherished friend shared this today and I had to share it as well. Life’s little frustrations pile up and I shut down. Probably a sign I’m getting older because challenges and frustrations once motivated me to get on it and fight back. Not so much any longer - I crave peace and harmony. I … Continue reading “Because He Lives”
Do the Right Thing – But Did I?
I received some incredible news today from a friend - I was thrilled to hear that something I had participated in and really wanted to happen was a possibility. Thrilled - but found myself sobbing with happiness and sobbing for what could have been. Did I regret the decision I made quite some time ago … Continue reading Do the Right Thing – But Did I?
Like Father? Like Son … Not …
In an article appearing recently in Politico entitled "Billy Graham Built a Movement. Now His Son is Dismantling It", Stephen Prothero writes an interesting piece on the father - beloved Billy Graham - and his son Franklin. I was raised in a home that respected Billy Graham and frequently watched his crusades on TV. Several … Continue reading Like Father? Like Son … Not …
Happy 90th Mom –
JoAnne, or Jody, would have been 90 today. Ninety years old - wow!!! She's celebrating in Heaven with so many people who love her - I wish I could be with her today drinking champagne and eating Godiva chocolates (she liked dark chocolate and I like milk chocolate, so it all worked out). I remember … Continue reading Happy 90th Mom –
Living on a Prayer
No this is not a post about Bon Jovi, it's a post about living with a chronic disease. Unfortunately I'm one of those people living with a chronic disease; on the outside I may look fine, upbeat, laughing and motoring along without a care in the world. Inside I may be dying to take a … Continue reading Living on a Prayer
Today is Memorial Day, the day we pause to remember those who gave the ultimate sacrifice in combat to protect our freedom and the rights of others. Can you imagine going to work every single day wondering if you would be alive and whole at the end of the day? No, most of us can't … Continue reading In Remembrance
I've been working two weeks now - it's been a whirlwind to say the least. Getting up very early, still struggling with work appropriate attire and generally trying to adapt has zapped all my energy. I'll be very honest and say that my body is not responding well to these sudden changes and I'm discouraged. … Continue reading Staying Alive….
Peaceful Easy Feeling
WOW..... the last two weeks have been INSANE in an incredible, life-affirming way. Remember when I told you in a very recent post that I had been in total radio silence, not hearing a word after applying for job after job for months? Maybe three or four days later, I received a call from an … Continue reading Peaceful Easy Feeling
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