INFINITE | THE DAILY POST The day after a snowstorm, the sky is dark blue and clear as crystal. Infinite and bright, cleared of all dust and debris. We got about 8 inches of fluffy white stuff yesterday. Today, we have the brightest sun and the bluest sky since ... the last snowstorm!
BLACK & WHITE SUNDAY: PASSAGE It's a snow day here in south central Massachusetts. Cold and blowy. Snow has been falling pretty heavily since late morning and now, it's dark out. Seven in the evening. Dinner is finished. Dishes put away. We were both outside taking pictures earlier. I think Garry got just the right pictures for … Continue reading PASSAGE THROUGH THE SNOW: BLACK & WHITE SUNDAY – GARRY ARMSTRONG
For Whom We Grieve, by Rich Paschall In our younger years I suppose it is common to develop heroes in sports and entertainment. Most of them will be real people, some will be fictitious characters, but they will come to mean a lot in our lives. We follow their careers. We cheer them on in … Continue reading HEROES, ICONS AND LOSS
I was swapping old baseball anecdotes with friends on Facebook after Marilyn and I re-watched Ken Burns' classic "Baseball" series recently. It began with memories of 1963, one year after the introduction of the New York Metropolitans into the National League. The Mets were designed to lure back fans disenchanted by the flight of Brooklyn's Dodgers … Continue reading JIMMY, CASEY, AND THE DUKE – THOSE AMAZIN’ METS! – GARRY ARMSTRONG