HOME IS WHERE THOSE OTHER PEOPLE LIVE

I got married in 1965, between my sophomore and junior year of college. Our first home was an apartment near the university, one of two identical brick structures. We lived in 2-Q, located at the far end of the second floor hallway. It was a corner apartment. Nice because we had cross ventilation and good light. I didn't drive yet. Not a problem. … Continue reading HOME IS WHERE THOSE OTHER PEOPLE LIVE

ORPHANS OF THE ARCHIVES

Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: Week 35 Today's pictures come from the archives. I decided to go a'hunting, see what oddballs have been left in my files, waiting for their day. I can guarantee a complete lack of thematic coherence ... and little else. I can't even guarantee your amusement or enjoyment because I have no … Continue reading ORPHANS OF THE ARCHIVES

AS THE LEAVES FALL, SERENDIPITY REMEMBERS

Every year, when the leaves fall and the ground is crunchy, I get a rush of nostalgia. Autumn for me is the start of the year. It's the time of squeaky new leather shoes, of brand new notebooks and pencil cases. Book bags. A new winter coat and new wool skirts because I grew out … Continue reading AS THE LEAVES FALL, SERENDIPITY REMEMBERS