Friday RDP: ABSENT I couldn’t have chosen a better word for the day if I had tried. Garry’s got another audiology appointment in about an hour and I have a doctor’s appointment in another section of the valley at three… Read More ›
Month: August 2018
Acoma Pueblo Pottery The pottery of Acoma is strongly recognized for fluted rims, thin walls and geometric design. Potters of the pueblo implement similar techniques found in the local region, from collecting of the clay material from limited sources, forming… Read More ›
I have been lucky to find some very unusual paperweights over the years. I have made a point of collecting the unique ones and displaying them around my house. Here are some of my favorites.
As airlines make traveling by air increasingly miserable, unfriendly, and physically uncomfortable, those of us who yearn to travel but abhor airports and airplanes have been waiting for teleportation. You know. “Scotty, beam me up” and off you go to… Read More ›
Originally posted on lifelessons – a blog by Judy Dykstra-Brown:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWTiFcl9OhU Thanks to forgottenman for sending this to me. HERE is another Randy Rainbow song on his blog.
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Teal, Aqua, Seafoam or Turquoise
Rock damage to windshields is so common that sooner or later, it will happen to you. If you drive, that is. Usually, the worst part — for me — is a sharp bang on the windshield. It sounds like a… Read More ›
French Friday: Pipi in Paris … and Elsewhere August 24, 2018 by evelyneholingue 14 Comments So many cultural facts jumped to my eyes when I moved to the USA from my native France! However, when last week my husband forwarded me a link about… Read More ›
The Changing Seasons: August 2018 Photographs by: Garry Armstrong Ben Taylor Marilyn Armstrong Unlike in July, this month, we took some pictures. Of course, the two months look a lot alike, though July has more flowers. This month, I’m including pictures… Read More ›