I WANT AN AUTONOMOUS HOUSE! Marilyn Armstrong

Autonomous house, autonomous life! The self-driving vehicle is on the way. It's on the news and in the news. A few accidents. One death. But considering the number of accidents just backing out of a driveway in suburbia, that's pretty good. I can actually see a day coming when Robert Heinlein's vision will have arrived. … Continue reading I WANT AN AUTONOMOUS HOUSE! Marilyn Armstrong

JUNE IS SQUARE – ROOF 2 – Marilyn Armstrong

It’s that time of year again and squares are back!  This is a roof in a lovely brick mansion on Beacon Hill. It amazes me how beautifully maintained these old houses are ... but then I remember how incredibly wealthy the people who own them are. Well, the theme is ROOFS (or rooves if you … Continue reading JUNE IS SQUARE – ROOF 2 – Marilyn Armstrong

REMEMBERING LAZY SUMMER DAYS – Marilyn Armstrong

Remember? School was out. The days were long and warm. There was no homework. You played games with your friends and if it wasn't too hot, you jumped rope or rode your bike. You moved slowly. No one had air-conditioning. You took it slow and the days were lazy and just a bit sleepy. In … Continue reading REMEMBERING LAZY SUMMER DAYS – Marilyn Armstrong

GOLDEN TREES AND THE ROAD HOME – CEE’S WHICH WAY PHOTOS – Garry & Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge I had forgotten about these pictures. I have never seen this happen to trees, but something was going on with the sun filtering through the clouds and the naked trees. It was a year ago last March. I never did anything with the pictures. Last night, I wanted to use … Continue reading GOLDEN TREES AND THE ROAD HOME – CEE’S WHICH WAY PHOTOS – Garry & Marilyn Armstrong

NOTHING GOLD CAN STAY – Marilyn Armstrong

A Photo a Week Challenge: Gold I live in the land of gold, at least for somewhere around a month every year. Autumn is golden time here in the northeast unless we are rudely interrupted by a hurricane or a very early snow. Sometimes, the gold lasts right through November and finally vanishes in December. … Continue reading NOTHING GOLD CAN STAY – Marilyn Armstrong