BLACK & WHITE OLD AIRPLANES – Marilyn Armstrong

BLACK & WHITE SUNDAY: TRACES OF THE PAST Y4-04 From Paula: This is the only Black & White Sunday this month, and I decided that it should be Traces of the Past (the recurrent photo challenge on this blog). Here is one of the most beautiful landmarks of Northumberland – the famous Bamburgh Castle. The day … Continue reading BLACK & WHITE OLD AIRPLANES – Marilyn Armstrong

WHEN I THINK OF PARALLEL – Marilyn Armstrong

PARALLEL - The Daily Post My mind rarely goes blank unless I'm looking for a word that has gone missing. But this time, literally -- there's nothing there. We've done a bunch of similar words and I think I'm lost between synchronicity, clues, cabals, and collusion. Are these parallels? Of what are they parallels? What … Continue reading WHEN I THINK OF PARALLEL – Marilyn Armstrong

ABOUT “CLIMATE CHANGE,” WHAT DID YOU EXPECT? Marilyn Armstrong

Sunday is Earth Day. I remember the first Earth Day and every Earth Day since. Earth has changed and I'm pretty sure we're the ones who have changed it. This isn't a trick . It's a genuine question based on a few premises with which you have to agree before we can begin: 1 - … Continue reading ABOUT “CLIMATE CHANGE,” WHAT DID YOU EXPECT? Marilyn Armstrong

WHAT’S THE ANTONYM FOR PROGRESS? Marilyn Armstrong

Someone commented that "working on a problem" was, for WordPress, their version of progress. So I got to thinking. What is the opposite word -- the antonym as it were -- of progress? And after considerable research I discovered there is no antonym because "progress" is a contextual word and what is means depends on … Continue reading WHAT’S THE ANTONYM FOR PROGRESS? Marilyn Armstrong