When I said “I do” to Mr. Bo Bina last year, I figured it was time to get rid of everything “kmverone” – which meant changing my Word Press web address and username. Sooooooo, all the likes and comments I’ve made on other blogs prior to now still show the old kmverone.wordpress.com when the mouse … More New web address and username
This is what keeps me inspired… Courtesy of Google Images View from our hotel room patio in Jupiter, Florida This keeps me getting up each morning way before the crack of dawn to start my morning getting-ready-for-work routine. It keeps me driving to the office to put in 8-10 hour days, 5-6 days a … More The List
Today’s Daily Post’s Daily Prompt asks, “a song comes on the radio, and instantly you’re transported to a different time and place. Which song(s) bring back memories for you and why?” I love the Allman Brothers ~ Midnight Rider, Melissa, Stormy Monday, Statesboro Blues, Whipping Post, Ramblin’ Man, etc etc… especially the song Jessica. When I … More Cruisin’ Topless on PCH
In honor of the breathtaking Apollo 11 mission, I decided to watch the movie “Apollo 13”. During the launch scene, I started to think back to the time when the whole family was sitting in the family room at our home in Southern California, watching Neil Armstrong step onto the Moon, saying “that’s one small … More Gene Kranz, NASA Flight Director
Image Courtesy of Google Images A Daily Prompt Submittal When I was 16 years old, I was hit by a pickup truck while riding my 10-speed bicycle down an alleyway, on my way to meet some friends at a local Pizza Hut. The only major injury I sustained was a terrible blow to my head, … More Wait a dang minute ~ I’m not immortal??
I was a child of the Sixties – literally. I was born in June 1960, so by the time Woodstock rolled into the small town of Bethel, New York in August 1969, I was playing with my Barbie dolls and getting all starry-eyed over my posters of Donny Osmond, Bobby Sherman, and of course, David … More A Child of the Sixties