Like in the movies, it is hard to kill off habits. We all know it. Good or bad habits eventually need to change. It’s easier said than done! Continue reading “Old Habits Die Hard”
Today, Bishop Robert Baron wrote in his daily email about the resurrected Jesus meeting the apostles and asking for something to eat (Luke 25:34-48). Continue reading “My Fathers”
On Friday morning as I was getting dressed for work, I was struck with a simple question. Do I wear my American flag scarf with my blue dress? Continue reading “Patriot or Politically Correct?”
It is said, “Live Life without Limits.” Growing up my dad taught me, I had no limits. I could do or be anything I set my mind to. Recently, I discovered that line of thinking is not necessarily true…
Deep down, I knew it all along. I also denied it for most of my adult life. Even struggling with pain for the last fourteen years (has it been that long? Yeah I guess so). I did not accept limitations for myself. I pushed through the pain. I told myself, “No pain, no gain!” And “Work through the pain!” Oh, and don’t forget the classic, “Mind over matter!”
Yes I’m an 80’s Chick. My sons are millennials. By the way (which was in use long before BTW and texting I might add. Yes I am that “old”), I think millennials are AWESOME and wickedly funny!
Case in point: Every generation has its slang and my heyday in the 70s-80s was no different. My millennials really don’t understand my slang but I still try. Case in point here’s a text thread between me and one of my millennials:
80s Chick: Are you ok?
Millennial Offspring: Yesh (I’ve learned this means Yes)
80s Chick: What is your ETA?
Millennial Offspring: Eta? Eat? I’d love to eat
(NOTE: this is a guy child. Food is a priority).
80s Chick: Estimated time of arrival. LOL well come home and eat
(NOTE: Dinner was ready BTW!)
I really did laugh out loud when I got his text. He really had no clue what ETA stood for. I don’t think he’s ever seen an episode of “Emergency”, or “CHIPS.” He may have seen “the A-Team,” “Miami Vice,” or “MacGyver” on reruns when really young.
Back in the day my group of friends used the term ‘ETA’ in general conversation. “What’s your ETA to the club?” Pretty much translated as: Get here soon or we’re going in without you! Ah…good times!
Let the good times roll!