Just Say “THROW” (it away!)

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

Why Do We Live Here?

Written by Bobbe White for “The White Pages”  WTAD.COM Why Do We Live Here? Frankly on weekends like the last one, I do not know.  It was simply too cold and icy to justify; too treacherous to visit family, stay upright while attempting to walk into work or do anything, really. All of this on… Continue reading Why Do We Live Here?

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

Chalking It Up to Experience: September 2015

6:45 a.m. text:  “Are you up?”  I was.  “Talk?” I could. Something’s up. Assuming this was going to be a extensive chat, I leashed up Lily White, so we could walk, talk, wag, and worry with my friend. Call it, “dogtasking.” We talked forever; I had five minutes to dress and drive to work. The… Continue reading Chalking It Up to Experience: September 2015

Well, Bite My Bubbles: A One-winged Woman Wrestles With What’s Worthy

Welcome to our new subscribers from PACT of Western Illinois! There’s nothing like shoulder surgery to reprioritize my world. (Bone spur/cuff tears repaired) With Bruce Jenner in the news, it seems the Olympic Decathlon describes the experience well, albeit, not with its traditional events. Swimming- 40 years of Swimming = wear and tear. Now, I… Continue reading Well, Bite My Bubbles: A One-winged Woman Wrestles With What’s Worthy

I LEFT MY PANTS IN POLAND! January 2015

It’s Thursday, January 15, 2015, and in the news, •Al Quaida in Yemen takes responsibility for Paris Attack; Belgium thwarts attack •Gas leak on space station forces US astronauts into Russian quarters. •Puppy piddles a puddle during premier appearance on the Today show. It’s a tough world out there, and sometimes, you just need to… Continue reading I LEFT MY PANTS IN POLAND! January 2015

Depression: Yuck to the Muck

Each October, as Mama Nature paints our trees in perfect shades of orange, gold and red, I always recall October, 2000. That was the fall I colored my world after wiping away the gray. I’m not talking about my hair, but my life. In October 2010, I first wrote about my depression, and seriously, I’ve… Continue reading Depression: Yuck to the Muck

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