FACEBOOK AND WORDPRESS – A NOTIFICATION YOU SHOULD READ

FROM WORDPRESS: You have probably gotten the same message via email, but in case you missed it or deleted it without reading it, you might want to read it. Many of us use Facebook for publicizing our blogs. This will stop the day after tomorrow. You can return to what I used to do: copy … Continue reading FACEBOOK AND WORDPRESS – A NOTIFICATION YOU SHOULD READ

COMFORT LATE AND BED – Marilyn Armstrong

FOWC with Fandango — Comfortable It is late. I am in bed. My mattress is new, but the bed is not. It is nearly 20 years old but if it is not the most comfortable bed in the world, it's pretty close. The room is air-conditioned. Lightly air-conditioned. I've always been averse to heat but … Continue reading COMFORT LATE AND BED – Marilyn Armstrong

EXPECTATIONS AND THE LACK THEREOF – Marilyn Armstrong

Everything is weird. The weather is weird. The government is even weirder. Maybe our government is the weirdest of all. Between one thing and another, I feel like I'm living on a different planet. I have no idea what to expect -- in the most literal sense. If rain is predicted, I don't know if … Continue reading EXPECTATIONS AND THE LACK THEREOF – Marilyn Armstrong

NEGLECTED – THE SAD TALE OF OUR USED-TO-WAS-GARDENS – Marilyn Armstrong

A Photo a Week Challenge: Neglected Once upon a time, we had hedges and a garden. Now we have a wild place with wild and running-amok flowers ... and the forsythia hedge from hell which is planning to overrun the house. It might just succeed this time! You can see that not only is the … Continue reading NEGLECTED – THE SAD TALE OF OUR USED-TO-WAS-GARDENS – Marilyn Armstrong

YOU ONLY CHANGE WHEN YOU’RE READY – BY ELLIN CURLEY

A good friend finalized her divorce after 30 years of marriage. She has started a new life and is happier than ever. I’ve rarely seen such a dramatic transformation in a person in such a short time. We’ve known her for 14 years and we’ve never seen this relaxed and happy version of her. She … Continue reading YOU ONLY CHANGE WHEN YOU’RE READY – BY ELLIN CURLEY