The Comfort of Travel Routines

Bobbe White 3.2.17 written for wtad.com We recently drove to Denver, for about the 37th time or so. As routes go, there are limited options from Quincy IL to Denver. Whichever way you go, it’s like going to Subway. Order #34; it’s about 7 feet long and 3 feet high. Slice the bread lengthwise down… Continue reading The Comfort of Travel Routines

ICE, TRIPLE LUTZ and TUTUs

WTAD.COM- WHITE PAGES-1/19/17 Bobbe White Friday 1/13/17, before multiple inches of ice rained on our world, thousands of residents created the grocery stores’ version of Black Friday. The entire Midwest vicinity would be eating mountains of French toast for days, with their apocalyptic purchases: bread, milk and eggs. Oh, and beer. The store lines replaced… Continue reading ICE, TRIPLE LUTZ and TUTUs

Just Say “THROW” (it away!)

The White Pages, by Bobbe White                                                                                                  … Continue reading Just Say “THROW” (it away!)

tHe FuNnY sIdE oF cHrIsTmAs

The White Pages – December 14, 2016                                                                                                 … Continue reading tHe FuNnY sIdE oF cHrIsTmAs

It’s a Tough World Out There

It’s Friday, June 17, 2016… …and it’s a tough world out there. Within the past week, A talented singer is killed in Orlando, 50 people gunned down in Orlando nightclub, Two-year old is killed by alligator outside of Orlando. Poor people, poor families, poor community, poor Orlando.  Makes a person understand what “being under a… Continue reading It’s a Tough World Out There

Mothers of the Gulf War: Vivian Drees

A mother’s worst nightmare: February 25, 1991, Vivian Drees’ son, Tony, was critically injured in the worst scud missile attack of Operation Desert Storm. This very special mom talks about it as they celebrate “25 Years Alive Day!” MOTHERS OF THE GULF WAR: VIVIAN DREES A Mother’s Perspective By Bobbe White   If we are lucky in life, we will meet someone as impactful… Continue reading Mothers of the Gulf War: Vivian Drees

Fear: The Breakfast of Champions

Last post, I challenged you: WWDD? (What would different do?) What did you do different in September? Please share! (1) comment here (2) Facebook (3 email: bobbe@trylaughter.com or (4) send smoke signals. Just share it! Here’s my September different. My kids sent me to South Carolina, as a gift, to see Debbie – a sister-kind-of-person.… Continue reading Fear: The Breakfast of Champions

At Least I Made My Bed!

Some days are like that.  Your efforts are exhausting; patience runs thin, nothing goes well. Everything  you try, goes wrong.  Remember Dudley Do-Right? (Circa Bullwinkle) You feel like Dudley Do-Over.  Or the movie Groundhog Day? You’re having a Monday on a Tuesday…or, pretty much every day feels like a Monday. Ugh. Sound familiar? Hark! I… Continue reading At Least I Made My Bed!