FYI – If you ever need help with your grocery shopping, say it’s hard to stay focused and/or are afraid of getting ‘lost’ in the store. Contact the store and tell them your name and when you’ll be coming and that you need someone to help you shop. The store manager will then arrange to make that happen. I’ve personally contacted Winco and Fred Meyer about this. Winco’s policy is anything our customer needs, we’ll make it happen! Happy grocery shopping !
27 years ago today, at this magical place in Newport Oregon and on John’s dad’s birthday, I shouted YES as he slid a diamond ring on my finger. Being a man of the ocean & spending years in the navy, John’s dad’s spirit provides safety as he controls the light from Yaquina Head Lighthouse.
just watched Ellen’s special ‘Relatable’ on Netflix. It was absolutely
hysterical & I teared up at the end. One day I WILL meet her and
thank her for bringing laughter back into my life when I wasn’t even
sure who I was, and realizing every one of us is important and has the
capability to touch or change a life! Thank you Chuck Goetschel for your
influence and support to make that happen!
Happy Birthday Tom McGill! Or ‘Gilligan’ as you were known to many of your friends. Your parents, family and the world for that matter, had no idea what would be coming their way for the next 18 years making your entry on Halloween. You touched many lives, one of those was mine. I know you and Greg are partying in heaven today. You never could resist a good party, possibly because you were the life of so many of them. I’ll eat a Butterfinger today in your honor! Rest In Peace 🙏😇
For the record, if you’re employed in a large Medical building, and a patient who just steps out of a room asks your help in finding her way to the lobby, telling her it’s the same way that she came in, is NOT the correct answer. If I remembered how I came in, I wouldn’t have asked how to get out!
There’s your lesson for the day in common courtesy!!
What a fabulous day!! I met a friend at NW EyeCare Professionals, and introduced her to Dr. Macson Lee, who would be her Behavioral / Neurological Optometrist. Both she and her husband were beside themselves with his knowledge, understanding, and how one visit made such a huge difference!! I met & had a great conversation with a wonderful man in the waiting room who left carrying a signed copy of ‘Learning to Make Toast’. He was thrilled!! Then Husband & I picked up some donations for Oregon Impact’s fundraiser, Merry & Bright that’s being held on November 30th at the Abernathy Center in Oregon City.