COVFEFE, KERFUFFLE AND A LEGEND FROM AMERICA’S COLLECTIVE NIGHTMARE – Marilyn Armstrong

The Kerfuffle About Covfefe First, let me speculate on the old word "covfefe." Although over the months there has been much speculation about what the originally intended word might have been (if indeed an actual word was intended at all) -- “coverage" came up as a possibility. Personally, I've always felt "kerfuffle" was the target word. … Continue reading COVFEFE, KERFUFFLE AND A LEGEND FROM AMERICA’S COLLECTIVE NIGHTMARE – Marilyn Armstrong

WHAT’S AT STAKE – Jan Wilberg

As a young woman, one of the few major triumphs socially and politically for women was when in 1965 the Supreme Court ruled birth control legal -- for married couples and later for everyone -- and then, in 1973, came Roe v. Wade. Until those two decisions, women weren't full and free citizens. A man … Continue reading WHAT’S AT STAKE – Jan Wilberg

DO YOU “DO” PROUST? – Marilyn Armstrong

I got this one from THE PATIENCE OF WILLOW.   If you'd like to copy the questions yourself without having to delete my answers, just click on the above link. Anyway, this questionnaire, popularized by Proust, according to Vanity Fair (from whence it sprang), has been making the rounds. I, myself got it from Willow who got it … Continue reading DO YOU “DO” PROUST? – Marilyn Armstrong