APRIL 22, 2019: Today is Earth Day.
How many bags of rode-side trash did you pick up today?
APRIL 23, 2019: Why do you think people pollute the earth with trash?
We must teach our children and grandchildren to respect their planetary home.
APRIL 24, 2019: Some “hit and run” person dented my car in a parking lot.
Their carelessness cost $600 plus three days of rental car fees. Shame on you!
APRIL 25, 2019: Worked in the flower beds this morning.
Did a week’s worth of cardio after walking into a spider web.
APRIL 26, 2019: It’s finally Friday!
The first five days after a week-end are always the hardest.
APRIL 27, 2019: Participated in a book show at Chesapeake Library.
Our competition was a Pharrell Williams performance. Guess who won?
APRIL 28, 2019: My sense of direction leaves a lot to be desired.
I sometimes wonder what happened to the lost people I tried to help.
APRIL 29, 2019: The lawn people AND the carpet cleaning people came today.
If I had a chef and a housekeeper, I could pretend I live at Downton Abbey.
APRIL 30, 2019: The sun is shining, it’s 75 degrees, the azaleas are in full bloom.
I think I’ll just be happy today.
Sharon canfield Dorsey is an award-winning author and poet. She has published four children’s books, Herman the Hermit Crab and the Mystery of the Big, Black, Shiny Thing; Revolt of the Teacups; Buddy and Ballerina Save the Library, illustrated by her granddaughters; and Buddy, the Bookworm Rescues the Doomed Books; a memoir, Daughter of the Mountains; and two books of poetry, Tapestry; and Captured Moments.