JAMESTOWN DIG REVEALS IDENTITIES OF FOUR PROMINENT SETTLERS

At least part of the mystery of what happened in Jamestown has finally been unraveled. When I was a girl, I wanted to be an archaeologist. I still would like to be out there, digging up the past but since that's impossible, reading about what others are doing will have to fill the gap. This … Continue reading JAMESTOWN DIG REVEALS IDENTITIES OF FOUR PROMINENT SETTLERS

COMEDY IS HARD

Dying is easy. Comedy is hard. What could possibly go wrong? Life is one hilarious disaster after another. The moment you flash on having finally gotten it together, it falls apart. Life in shreds? Out of work? Evicted? Hiding from the repo guy? Other half dump you? Medication not working? Bank threatening to foreclose? Don't take it personally. It's just … Continue reading COMEDY IS HARD

THE LAST OF THE SILVER SCREEN COWBOYS

A Collaboration of Garry and Marilyn Armstrong We watched "Rustler's Rhapsody" again last night. I love this movie. It's an affectionate spoof of the B-Westerns of the 1940s starring Tom Berenger, Patrick Wayne, G.W. Baily (currently with "Major Crimes" on which Berenger has a recurring guest role), Andy Griffith and Fernando Rey. The women include Sela Ward, a … Continue reading THE LAST OF THE SILVER SCREEN COWBOYS

AUTUMN RUSHING IN … MORNING AND EVENING

The season is coming on so fast, there are visible differences in leaf color in a six-hour period. In the morning ... And the, a few hours later ... I have to go down by the river. That's where the maples turn scarlet and our woods has very few maple trees. I don't know what to expect this … Continue reading AUTUMN RUSHING IN … MORNING AND EVENING