When you drop by my little site, please leave with an armful of bright orange pumpkin. Carry it, cradle it, hug it to your breast. It is yours to do with as you will. You can do no wrong as… Read More ›
Month: October 2013
It’s only been 95 years … just a blip on the monitor of history. But it’s been a long wait for Red Sox fans, to see them win a World Series in Fenway Park. Tonight the magic worked. The third… Read More ›
I love their shapes, textures, colors. They aren’t edible and are grown entirely as decorations. I find them weird and wonderful, beautiful in a strange, gaudy way. I love having baskets of them around the house from Halloween through Thanksgiving.
Don’t let the headline fool you. It’s about a lot more than either time travel, the Kennedy Assassination or any other single thing. It’s about life, loss, change and human relationships. What makes it so brilliant is that all of… Read More ›