Judy Bluhm is a writer and a local Realtor. Have a story or a comment? Email Judy at email@example.com.
There is smoke in the sky. Our State is on fire. Desert Hills, just north of Carefree Hwy and I-17 lost almost 1,000 acres in the Aquila Fire.
In case you are wondering if summer is here yet (as we all swelter in this heat wave), fear not, because we have just experienced the summer solstice.
Choices. Every action has a consequence. Sometimes, we are forced to make a decision. If you see a large, evil rattle snake in the middle of a country road that you are walking on alone, do you run, fight or hide?
Are you there, God? Just asking because we are having quite a few problems down here and we could use some divine intervention.
Since COVID-19 and the “Stay Home – Stay Healthy” order, there has been quite an increase in liquor sales. U.S. online alcohol sales spiked 243% during the pandemic! Nationally, tequila saw the biggest gain, with a whopping 75% increase.
Who said, “Growing old is not for sissies?” I don’t want to grow old. Okay, so I know the alternative is not exactly a pleasant thought.
Weeds. Everywhere. Gazing out my windows, all I see is a thick carpet of green grasses, dandelions and other pesky growing-at-the-speed-of-light invasive species.
Ready. Set. Go. We are opening-up the world again. Okay, so not completely. Might have to postpone a party or going to the movies.
Mother. One small word. One universal meaning. We are all bound by the shared realty that we had or have a mother. This is a central person in our lives.