DOGS GONE BAD – ACCOMPLICES OR PERPS? – Garry Armstrong

FOWC with Fandango — Accomplice You could never tell with those furry furies. Who was the doer and who was the do-ee?  From 2015, it's "Dogs Gone Bad" by Garry Armstrong. Marilyn and I follow lots of those TV procedural crime shows. We anticipate all the cliché lines. “Stay in the car” “He was turning his … Continue reading DOGS GONE BAD – ACCOMPLICES OR PERPS? – Garry Armstrong

FEELIN’ GROOVY: SIMON & GARFUNKEL – Marilyn Armstrong

RDP #42 - Groove with Simon & Garfunkel Those definitely were the days, my friends. This song has always made me happy. It reminded me of waking up in New York and just enjoying life. I was young. So were they. And they lived sort of next door, so you never know. I might be … Continue reading FEELIN’ GROOVY: SIMON & GARFUNKEL – Marilyn Armstrong

COLORFUL WISHES ON THE TREE BY THE GATE: #WRITEPHOTO Marilyn Armstrong

Thursday photo prompt: Colorful Wishes #writephoto Charlene was delighted with her tree. Everywhere else, when someone had a statement to make, it was always stupid toilet paper. All over the tree and then it would drizzle or rain and for weeks, the tree looked like it had some kind of hideous fungus on it. She … Continue reading COLORFUL WISHES ON THE TREE BY THE GATE: #WRITEPHOTO Marilyn Armstrong

SUBLIMINAL IS DIFFERENT FOR DOGS – Marilyn Armstrong

Word Prompt: Subliminal Our three dogs think they have the whole subliminal thing down pat. Like last night. Thunder was rolling through the valley. Not very loud thunder, but definitely thunder. Rolling. It might mean rain ... or just the heat of the day breaking up. Our dogs are not particularly nervous about noise. Guns, fire-crackers, … Continue reading SUBLIMINAL IS DIFFERENT FOR DOGS – Marilyn Armstrong

A FEW MORE DAYLILIES – Marilyn Armstrong

Flower of the Day - Daylilies They are beginning to wilt a bit. There are more buds, so we aren't going to run out of daylilies quite yet. Nonetheless, when you look at the garden, you can see the difference. Lots more wilted lilies, many of them going to seed. The big mass of red … Continue reading A FEW MORE DAYLILIES – Marilyn Armstrong