With a furbaby, you’re never alone. Dogs fill the empty spaces inside of a home! It’s hard to feel solo or “so-low” with a four-legged companion. Merry Christmas! Kathryn Kaufmann ©
When another holiday has rolled around and you still don’t have a new last name, make the best and most out of it. A lot of people wish they were solo at the “hollerdays!” Merry Christmas!
Gosh, the other day I was sitting there questioning myself: Why is the list of people I talk to shrinking? And the answer immediately came: It’s by your own choosing. At first, I didn’t think of it in that light. But after some deep thought, it made perfect sense. I truly believe our bodies react–at least I know mine does–when we are in the company of those who suck our energy and others who fuel us with energy. This year…
“How is it that some women have men jump at their every command and beg for their hand in marriage when I feel I could swim the English Channel with no limbs than to find a permanent mate?”
Hey You, reading this! Isn’t it the truth? Sometimes we date blindfolded, never knowing if we’re stepping into a field of daisies or a fire ant bed. No one knows better than Daisy Fields. And it’s all been written. Phew! Kathryn Kaufmann ©
May you find your “pumpkin” this Halloween!
Nothing beats a good, hearty laugh. One of the times I’ve laughed hardest was one of the saddest times of my life. I was standing beside my dad’s casket, and a boy, about six years of age, peered at the body of my deceased father and said to me, “You know,” as he tilted his head, “dead people…they don’t really bother me.” And in the next instant, a door slammed inside the funeral home. The kid nearly jumped out of…
NEVER GIVE UP! Sometimes I feel defeated before I ever enter the writing arena, but the desire to press forward is always far greater than the notion to quit. We never know how close we are to having a breakthrough if we keep plugging. But it’s hard for anything to happen when we quit. Breathe…and keep moving forward! Kathryn Kaufmann © May 28th, 2019
Seriously! Have you hoped, prayed, been on numerous first dates, had your share of relationships…all to feel like the look on this dog’s face perfectly captures your own dating frustrations? I think we’ve all been there/done that, but I don’t know if anyone has experienced the debacles that Daisy has in “Dating Daisy Fields.” Can you relate to bad dates?
I’ve always heard the first time people marry, it’s for love. The second time, it’s for money. And the third time, it’s for companionship. To each his own, right? Money and looks will run out, so find a spouse that won’t. If your marriage has survived through all the struggles relating to love, money and companionship, would it be your love for one another that kept the marital bonds from cracking or breaking?