BLOGGING – IT’S WHAT I DO

MARATHON | THE DAILY POST SERENDIPITY will be five years old in a few weeks. Ready to start kindergarten. How quickly they grow from infants to sturdy little children with their own lives. On one level, it feels like I just started doing this. This site is ever-evolving. It wanders in directions I never expected. … Continue reading BLOGGING – IT’S WHAT I DO

YESTERDAY IS ANOTHER COUNTRY – GARRY ARMSTRONG

"Yesterday is another country, all borders are closed." It was a wonderful piece of dialogue from "MidSomer Murders." In the episode, Chief Inspector Barnaby is questioning a murder suspect about his whereabouts the previous day. The suspect tries to dodge the questions with thinly veiled irony. "Yesterday, Chief Inspector, is another country. All borders are closed." … Continue reading YESTERDAY IS ANOTHER COUNTRY – GARRY ARMSTRONG

FACEBOOK REVISITED by ELLIN CURLEY

I wrote a blog a few months ago when I first started using Facebook. I wrote about how disappointed I was because I didn’t feel as ‘connected’ after joining Facebook as I had hoped. I realize now that my problem was that I didn’t really understand Facebook and had unrealistic expectations. My friends had told … Continue reading FACEBOOK REVISITED by ELLIN CURLEY

JANUARY IS THE STRANGEST MONTH – 4 YEARS IN PICTURES

At least in New England, January has the most unpredictable weather patterns of the year. In theory, it's the deepest of the deep winter months. This is when the icy grip of Jack Frost has his fingers around our collective heart ... except ... when he doesn't. Because there's this thing we call "The January … Continue reading JANUARY IS THE STRANGEST MONTH – 4 YEARS IN PICTURES