The Lighter Side
A Woman's Life


A Letter Home From A Marine.
The Retrosexual Man Code:
From A Kentucky Woman
Conspiracy Theory
Finding My Sex Drive
The Side Effects of Viagra
My Mirror
Country Wisdom
Sexy at 60
Poor Dad
A Dieter's Prayer
Stress Diet
Love, Lust, or Marriage?
Life Gets Tedious, Don't it?
The Class Reunion
Senior Lament
Waxing Poetic on Ageing
Abbot and Costello Now
The Stance
Will Rogers On Growing Older
Favorite Things
The Unwritten MAN CODE
Men You Would Meet In A Man's Restroom
If Men Had A Vagina...............
My Pills
Carlin Speaks..............
Creative Writing Class
Marriage From HIS Side Of The Bed
Grandpa Knows Best
Man O Man
Stan Says..............
Senior World
Are You Lonesome Tonight?
Mom's Special Dictionary
A Bad Day???
Computerized Dr. Seuss
What Would You Do If you Had A Penis?
Thoughts On Ageing
Buttons Worn on the Blouse of a Savvy Woman
What's a BITCH?
My Men
Andy Rooney on Women Over 40
A True Friend
WHAT Kind of Sex?
T-Shirts for Fab Fifties
The First Mammogram
My Mother's Penis
The Stranger In My House
Mom and Dad
If Men Ruled The World
Bumper Stickers JUST For Women
A Woman's Life
The Secret Of A Happy Marriage
Love Poems
You Know It's A Bad Day When......................
When I'm An Old Lady
Thirty Years
The ABCs of Aging
Southern Etiquette
A Prayer For Those Getting Older




Every minute, to and fro,
That's the way my hours go,

Bring me this, take me that,
Feed the dog, put out the cat,

Standing up I eat my toast,
Drink my coffee, thaw the roast,

Empty garbage, make the bed,
Rush to church, wash my head,

Sweep the kitchen, wax the floor,
Scrub the woodwork, clean the door,

Scour the bathtub. then myself,
Vacuum carpets, straighten shelves,

Eat a sandwich on the run,
Now my afternoon's begun.


To the soccer game I go,
When will I find time to sew?

Meet the teacher, stop a fight,
See the dentist, change a light,

Help with homework, do the wash,
Iron the clothes, put on the squash,

Shop for groceries, cash a check,
Fight the crowds, now I'm a wreck!


Dinner time it soon will be,
"What's for dinner?" Wait and see!

Dirty dishes fill the sink,
Make some popcorn and a drink,

Will they never go to bed,
Wil I never get ahead?

Bring them water, get the light,
Turn off the TV, lock up the bike,

Where's my pillow, say your prayers,
Did you lock the door downstairs?


At last in bed, my spouse and I,
Too tired to talk, too weak to cry,
  And in the dark I hear him say...