No, your other left graphic
Left, right, left, right, to the left, ho!

I’m not sure if it is our age, the prolonged effects of the #hermitroadtrip, or the on-the-road-junk-food-diet. Or maybe it is traveling in a different hemisphere from our own? Whatever the reason, the hubs and I (mostly the hubs, though) have lost the ability to tell right from our left.

It has made our road trip quite exciting for Our Daughter.

She’s also decided she does not want to live until she’s 90.

We’re not sure we WILL live until we’re 90. But we all live in hope, right?

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While Pauline tries to sort out her left and right issue, or perhaps her brain, she managed to complete the upload of Family Treed! This is the next installment in her Big Uneasy series. Note! It is a SHORT story. She is pressing forward with the next novel, but wanted to give her readers something while they wait. This amuse bouche is just a taste, but hopefully it will wet your appetite for new installments. And while you wait, be sure to check out my previous novels. You can find out about them all AND sign up to hear about my new releases and sales! Pop over to

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Can she survive dinner with the killing cousins?

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Traveling With the Parents, Part 3: Turned Around (aka #hermitroadtrip)

2 thoughts on “Traveling With the Parents, Part 3: Turned Around (aka #hermitroadtrip)

  • October 3, 2013 at 9:58 pm

    LOL. I get turned around ALL the time. If I can’t see the sun, I can’t tell you the direction I’m facing. The most important thing is that age has nothing to do with it.

    I blame growing up on the coast where streets followed the coastline or whatever creativity the city planners were feeling at the time. No directions were ever given based on the cardinal directions.

    • October 4, 2013 at 1:37 pm

      LOL! I lost my sense of direction in New Orleans and always had trouble with left and right, but the hubs is usually right on it! It was a bit unsettling and then this cab driver went directionally crazy on us, too. I suspect some kind of weird, misalignment in the universe. (grin)

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