I’m not the first person to notice or comment on this, but 60 to 70 percent of Americans have been going thru the 5 Stages Of Grief after the election of, well, you know who. A few are still in Stage One, Denial. A lot are still in Stage Two, Anger. Most still seem to … Continue reading IT’S A CRAZY IDEA! BUT IT JUST MIGHT WORK – BY TOM CURLEY
SPECIFICALLY SPEAKING | THE DAILY POST It's snowing. Pretty hard. We've been getting updates in clumps from the National Weather Service. Two or three at a time, often with a different prediction and forecast on each. They really have no idea whether we are getting a little bit or a lot. Since we've already gotten … Continue reading SPECIFICALLY SPEAKING
PHOTO CHALLENGE | NAMES - WHAT'S IN A NAME? From Romeo and Juliet Act II. Scene II. What’s in a name? that which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet; So Romeo would, were he not Romeo call’d, Retain that dear perfection which he owes Without that title. Romeo, doff thy … Continue reading WHAT’S IN A NAME?
We've had a run of gray, wet days. For Garry and I, that means we take a lot of medication that's supposed to tell our arthritic bodies to shut up and stop complaining. Mostly, it doesn't work very well, so these are slow-moving days. We are listening to an audiobook by day, and deeply absorbed … Continue reading RAINY DAY DAWGZ
A Photo a Week Challenge: Fresh Fresh rain on green leaves. Fresh snow on everything. And fresh eggs at the farm. A bouquet of flowers. All fresh.