How quickly we forget. Today is the 29th anniversary of the day I returned from Israel to the United States. I knew this day had a particular meaning … I just couldn’t remember exactly what.
Day: August 11, 2016
THE SURFACE REPORT: TODAY WE ARE SHALLOW
I have been distracted by “important” subjects. Don’t blame me. Blame the world. Between the bizarre American election (not to mention our home-grown comic book nominee) and the strange tale of Britain’s Brexit … and a variety of home-grown mini crises?… Read More ›
WHICH WAY IN SUMMERTIME
Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – August 10, 2016 Around town, around the house. Sidewalks and driveways and roads. Summer. Mostly, it’s green.
THE LAP – Judy Dykstra-Brown
THE LAP Mothers with children in your lap, snuggled safely for their nap, or joggers slowing down their laps so their sons can fill the gaps and catch up to take their father’s hands, consider parents in other lands as well… Read More ›