Ten Years Blogging. I’m Old School!

Mamacita says:  Ten years ago, a former student told me that I should start a blog.  ”You’ve got such a lot to say,” he said.  ”Who cares what I think about the world?” I replied. “Lots of people would,” he … Continue reading

The Night I Met Mary Poppins At A Revival Meeting and She Turned Ugly On Me

Mamacita says:  Some of this post was written nine years ago.  It is still true.  And I am still a little bit angry.   This post will seem possibly a mite disrespectful. That’s because it probably is. But when a … Continue reading

Blogging: My First Love Is Also My Current Love

Mamacita says:  Some people are saying that blogging is dead – that Facebook, Twitter, and PInterest, which are faster and shorter and easier, are taking over the social media movable feast. Not for me.   It is quite true that … Continue reading

Things I Still Haven’t Done. Yet.

Mamacita says: I’m not the only procrastinator you know, but I’m probably the only one who still hasn’t used an ATM machine. Ten things I still haven’t done: 1. Used an ATM machine. (Oh hush. I understand they require money.) … Continue reading

Half A Pot Roast, and a Mashed Grilled Cheese, Please

(From 2004) Mamacita says:  Remember that anecdote about the young bride whose husband asked her why she cut the beef roast in half before she put it in the pan? She told him she did it that way, because her … Continue reading

Poetry Friday: Sara Teasdale and the Muses

Mamacita says: There are many poets whose works I love, although of course NOBODY loves everything that anyone does. You may apply that philosophy to every aspect of life. You’re welcome. Sara Teasdale is a favorite of mine. Her poems … Continue reading