CEE’S FUN FOTO CHALLENGE: EVENTS Events. We’ve done a lot of stuff, but not many events. At least not recently … but, back a in time and not so long ago, and I have a few …
Month: June 2016
JUST ASKING …
Willow of Willow’s Corner put me up to it. Blame it all on her. I have questions. Or, more precisely, Willow had questions and I thought … hmm. These are kind of interesting. Maybe I should do this. If you feel… Read More ›
NEWS FLASH! GREAT SPRAY IN THE MORNING!
He came. He sprayed. And now … we wait for millions of invading aliens to die. The guy from Turf Technologies says that we get the prize for the worst infestation of property he has ever seen. Anywhere. Is this an honor? Do… Read More ›
NO FLY? NO BUY!
Vis-a-vis the horror in Orlando, I’ve listened to all the explanations by the FBI. How it isn’t their fault, there was nothing they could do. It was too difficult to keep track of this guy. I don’t believe it. Sorry,… Read More ›
Even the dogs don’t want to go outside. Hard to argue with them. The weather is cool and bright and normally, they’d be outside romping and barking, but instead, they are lolling around the living room. It could be that… Read More ›
CORN AND SOME MAIDENS – MUNDANE MONDAY CHALLENGE
MUNDANE MONDAY CHALLENGE #63 : LEARN PHOTOGRAPHY from PhoTrablogger It’s still a horror show outside and I’m stuck in the house until the world stops tilting at this weird angle. Life has become surreal. Taking out the trash, or opening the… Read More ›
STRUGGLING WITH THE FORCES OF DARKNESS
We are in the midst of what feels like a life-and-death struggle to survive an alien invasion. Today marks the ninth day of the siege. It feels longer. Anyone who has ever been seriously ill, or recuperating from major surgery, knows the feeling…. Read More ›
TRUMPED: REALITY, REALITY SHOWS, AND REAL TV – TOM CURLEY
It’s Tuesday again. Surely a super Tuesday because this year, all Tuesdays have been super. To honor the day, I’m rerunning my favorite yet still relevant political post by Mr. Thomas Curley, News Guy Supreme and Chief Editorial Satirist at Serendipity. Ellin and I were on… Read More ›
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MOM! – GARRY ARMSTRONG
Today is Flag Day for those of a certain age. But in my family, it’s Esther Armstrong’s birthday. Mom has been gone nine years now. Gone but not forgotten. Esther Letticia Armstrong was a special woman. Wife of William Benfield Armstrong…. Read More ›
LIFE IN A POST-APOCALYPTIC SMALL TOWN
I always thought it would be zombies. Lurching dead people yearning to eat my brain, shambling around moaning. But it isn’t. Nope, it’s caterpillars. Gypsy moth caterpillars. Coming not to eat me (so far), but anything that’s green and growing…. Read More ›
THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE UGLY … UPDATED!
Yesterday, I realized we can’t spend the summer locked in our house with doors and windows sealed. The invasion, now an official worst in living memory gypsy moth attack in the Uxbridge-Whitinsville area, has made it onto all the local network… Read More ›
ANOTHER MIND-BLOWING DOCUMENTARY FROM MICHAEL MOORE – PART 1 by ELLIN CURLEY
There is so much I’d like to talk about in the amazing, eye-opening documentary called “Where To Invade Next”. It’s really an old-fashioned travelogue. Michael Moore goes to different countries around the world. But instead of reporting about natural wonders… Read More ›
ON THE DIAGONAL: BLACK & WHITE SUNDAY
Black & White Sunday: Diagonals Two favorite black & white photographs with strong diagonals.
UNDERSTANDING YOUR PINGBACKS
Our pingbacks needed a vacation. They were overworked. Tired. Fed up. Weary of being used and never rewarded for their important role in keeping the lines of communications open. The pingbacks went walkabout. On strike. Gone away. I understand. If I were a pingback,… Read More ›
EVIL SQUIRREL’S NEST COMIC #214 FROM 6/2/16
I wanted to do a simple reblog … only to discover that the reblog function isn’t working. I guess you can’t expect ALL WordPress functions to work at the same time on the same day. I mean, hey, I have pingbacks,… Read More ›
BOND IS BACK
The Timothy Dalton Years, by Rich Paschall James Bond first appeared in film in 1962 with Sean Connery bringing charm and adventure to the world’s greatest spy with a license to kill. After 6 films by Connery and one by… Read More ›