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Waiting to see if this cell phone thing “was really going to catch on,” my husband had a flip phone until very recently.

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My new car is red, a fact my husband doesn’t mention when he talks about it.

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With several females making plans for a family wedding, my daughter explained the mystery of the “gut sucker.”

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Nobody seems to know who wrote this, and even though we both agree it’s kind of sad, I thank Rick for passing it along.

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Remembering when ‘a beach day’ meant grabbing a paperback book, a bottle of cream soda and a towel, I was amazed at the necessities ready to be loaded into the car for a couple hours of sunny surf.

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Once again, I thank my friend Mary Lou for sharing. This time, it’s these interesting facts about our amazing country:

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An online article doesn’t tell where most of these signs are displayed. But, it does show pictures of the signs.

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An online article doesn’t tell where most of these signs are displayed. But, it does show pictures of the signs.

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Like every other morning, my husband prayed that if there was someone he could help that day, God would clearly show him who they were.

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It’s possible my friend Rick is trying to compete with my friend Sara of ‘Family Tree of Vincent Van Gogh’ fame for the corny award.

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It’s silly, corny even, but Sara Hudson’s “Family Tree of Vincent Van Gogh” posted on Facebook made me laugh in a half-groan sort of way. So, I’m sharing.

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In case you missed the last batch, or if you’ve finished reading books such as “How to Raise Your IQ by Eating Gifted Children,” or “How to Avoid Huge Ships,” abe.com has put out yet another list from what they call their weird book room.

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While it seemed so at the times, neither of two recent events were catastrophic, thanks to Abigail Van Buren, known for decades as Dear Abby.

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It’s time for New Year’s resolutions again, and I can honestly say I kept the ones I made last year.

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So, these 52 years later, we’ve had all the conversations there are to have, my once 21-year-old husband and I.

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The post going around Facebook said, “We are all 2018 today,” and went on to say that on that particular day, the whole world was the same age.

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Battling the unknown, I admit to being very frightened before, during and after Hurricane Florence.