I Miss You

There is a hole in my heart That is shaped like you. I speak your name And the wind carries it, For there are no ears to hear. I smell around the house Searching for your scent, But it has disappeared. I think I hear your voice, But it’s just the neighbor And it reminds … More I Miss You

2022, in a word

I don’t do resolutions. I believe that if a person feels they need to make a change in their life, they don’t need some arbitrary day to pick and start. Most people start out okay and then fall by the wayside. So I started doing the “One Word” to apply and strive for the entire … More 2022, in a word

Holidays and Traditions

But I do have some wonderful memories of my childhood Christmases. One part stands out above the rest. When I was a child, I could never understand why my father always had to work late on Christmas Eve. It just wasn’t fair! Why did Daddy have to miss Christmas Eve every year? He missed Santa Claus bringing toys to us with the wagon every year!! … More Holidays and Traditions

Contentious Union Vote at Amazon Heads to a Count

The outcome of a vote at a warehouse in Alabama could have far-ranging implications for both the company and the labor movement. By Karen Weise and Michael CorkeryMarch 29, 2021, 3:00 a.m. ET SEATTLE — By the end of Monday, thousands of yellow envelopes mailed to a squat brick building in Birmingham, Ala., will hold the fate of one … More Contentious Union Vote at Amazon Heads to a Count