A BUSY, BUSY DAY IN THE MERRY MONTH OF MAY – Garry Armstrong

T.G.I.F.! It's the end of a not so merry week in this murky month of May.  The weather Gods have not been kind to many people in the United States. I guess we should be happy not to have volcanoes, flowing lava, tsunamis, mud slides, blizzards or raging forest fires. Think positive, always think positive, … Continue reading A BUSY, BUSY DAY IN THE MERRY MONTH OF MAY – Garry Armstrong

COMPLICATION, COMPLEXITY AND NO ONE IS LISTENING – Marilyn Armstrong

What constitutes a complication? When does the complexity exceed the nature of the problem to the point where someone would really rather die than have to deal with all that "stuff"? For example -- it's dinnertime but the shrimp isn't defrosted and you can't cook the potatoes because you ran out of onions. Home fries … Continue reading COMPLICATION, COMPLEXITY AND NO ONE IS LISTENING – Marilyn Armstrong

BEYOND A CENTURY … Marilyn Armstrong

A Photo a Week Challenge: Over 100 Years Old The Blackstone Canal was dug between 1824 and 1834. It was up and running almost immediately. In fewer than 50 years, the railroad took over and the canal became redundant -- just another waterway in a valley full of rivers. In many areas, the canal and river … Continue reading BEYOND A CENTURY … Marilyn Armstrong