I went to work yesterday. It’s something I don’t do much anymore. I retired a few years ago, so I work part-time. This year, I’ve only worked five days out of the whole year. I’m a director for CBS News in New York City and work at the CBS Broadcast Center. It's a big place. … Continue reading REACTING, REACTIONARIES AND RIDICULOUSNESS – BY TOM CURLEY
Oh, how the trees sparkle in that early snow! So beautiful to look at, so slippery underfoot. And don't forget the ice! That too is full of wintry sparkling.
The Wizarding World of Harold, a neat and mostly organized man Harold needed to get back on track. He would not let A Tuesday Mystery throw him behind his perfectly planned schedule. He finished dressing by selecting socks from the mystifying sock drawer, then hurried to the kitchen where coffee had been waiting an hour for his arrival. He poured a cup, set it … Continue reading A TUESDAY FANTASY WITH HAROLD – RICH PASCHALL
December is going to be a complicated month. It usually is. It's not that we have a lot of holiday stuff going on here. Other than putting up our little tree and a few other decorations ... and generally cooking something interesting on Christmas Eve for whatever family drops by ... mostly, we watch old … Continue reading FLYING TIME, FLYING BY