Of Daffodils and Spring

Cynthia L. Eppley 04/07/2021 Spring If you’ve been outside at all, you’ll know that spring is upon us, and (hopefully) there will be no more snow.At least if you live in the Metro Philadelphia area.And with the coming of Spring comes the flowers. If you have been reading my blogs, you already know that IContinue reading “Of Daffodils and Spring”

Covid Easter and Babka

Cynthia L. Eppley 04/03/2021 Easter 2021 There is no way we could believe that Covid would have us in its ugly clutches this year. Last year? The Pandemic was new, and jokes abounded about our situation.We could hold out for Easter and other holidays knowing that this, too, would end. Soon. Or so we hoped.Continue reading “Covid Easter and Babka”

Easter Eggs

Cynthia L. Eppley 04/02/2021 Easter and Eggs It is that time of year where Easter eggs are being dyed. Sure, there are the plastic ones that get reused every year.There are Ukrainian eggs that are lovingly and meticulously painted.But dying Easter eggs the old fashioned way? It is a classic rite of childhood. And parentsContinue reading “Easter Eggs”

Fully Known

Cynthia L. Eppley 03/24/2021 I didn’t recognize her at first. She was geared up with a heavy coat, hood up, and masked. We spoke briefly about the cold weather and then she turned to walk away.Something resonated within me: her gait. And then it clicked: her voice!It was Nancy! I had not seen her forContinue reading “Fully Known”

A Year Anniversary of Covid

Cynthia L. Eppley, MA March 13, 2021 Milestones Important dates and times are etched into our minds. Usually it revolves around a crisis of some sort: Where were you when JFK was shot?Where were you when 9/11 happened?Where were you when everything shut down on March 12, 2020? It is fitting that as we haveContinue reading “A Year Anniversary of Covid”

Snowmelt

Cynthia L. Eppley   03/09/2021 Slip Sliding Away Many of you know that we have a dog, Ella. And Ella needs walked about 4 times each day. I’ve noticed several things on my most recent walks, as they have been complicated by snow and ice. Snowmelt The snow is beautiful, isn’t it?But it begins toContinue reading “Snowmelt”

Valentine’s Legacy

Cynthia L. Eppley 03/01/2021 I know Valentine’s is past; but it was only last week. I’m a bit behind in blogging with still recovering from Covid. But the heart and the mind are still active with topics! Valentine’s To be honest, I’ve never had a Valentine’s tree. I started a small kitchen tree—you know, theContinue reading “Valentine’s Legacy”

Chicken Soup for the Soul

Cynthia L. Eppley 02/11/2021 This has been a tough year, a tough season.I haven’t written about it, but now seems the appropriate time.In the Fall, I was admitted to the hospital with pneumonia and at least 4 Pulmonary Emboli. It took until December to recover.Bob’s sister died of Covid in January. (The Dawn of 2021:Continue reading “Chicken Soup for the Soul”

Emotional Exhaustion

Cynthia L. Eppley 01/16/2021 One of the reasons I partake in Social Media is to put my finger on the pulse of our culture. At least, part of it.So when counselor Esther Lee posted this on Jan 13, I took notice:“I’m sure so many of us can relate to this. It’s time to readjust expectationsContinue reading “Emotional Exhaustion”

The Dawn of 2021: Every Moment Counts

Cynthia L. Eppley 01/03/2021 New Beginnings? It is the third day of 2021. But this isn’t just any year.This is the end of 2020.We all anticipated it so much didn’t we?We are weary of Covid, Pandemics, illness, and death. We are all looking toward a new year and new beginnings. New Year Resolutions And then there isContinue reading “The Dawn of 2021: Every Moment Counts”

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