July 14, 2017

Fixing a problem is intensely satisfying, a feeling of power, intelligence and pure joy. Recently, I tackled a stubbornly immovable rebar stuck in the ground with about a foot poking up, threatening to trip and impale unsuspecting grandchildren and absentminded grandma...

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About the Writer

 

          The title of this blog refers to the way my mind works. Thoughts and ideas are always “…jumping around like fleas on a hot griddle.” That’s how my eighth grade Latin teacher, Mrs. Bradham, described our early teen brains.

            I never grew out of that. This is a collection of those fleas still jumping around in my head.

            I’m a retired public school teacher and ex-counselor, proud to have made it to Medicare, a life-long resident of South Carolina. I now fill my days writing, working in the yard, building shelves (I love to organize.), and thoroughly enjoying every minute. As a friend of a friend said, “Every day is Saturday night.”