As I’m writing this, there was a “free speech” rally that went on in Washington DC. It's was held by a bunch of right-wing white supremacist neo-Nazis. They seem to feel that their civil rights are being violated because a whole bunch of people don’t like them. Because they're white, you see. They're being persecuted … Continue reading FREE SPEECH ISN’T FREE – BY TOM CURLEY
This story has been on the news for the past few days. Every time it has been on, Garry and I had a good laugh. There was a zesty little scuffle between Bill Murray, actor, and Peter Simon, a photographer who is, incidentally, Carly's brother. And it was at "the restaurant" to which everybody who … Continue reading DO YOU KNOW WHO I AM? – Marilyn Armstrong
FOWC with Fandango — Love Before I left for Israel at the end of 1978, my best friend for a long time was gay. It started out casually and eventually got to be an intense friendship. He'd never had a straight female friend and I'd never gotten close to a gay man. We both learned a … Continue reading LOVE AND LOSS – Marilyn Armstrong
My English friend’s daughter, Katie, just had her first baby. She is 37 and has an established career she loves. Because she lives in England, having her baby will not affect her position at work. She gets nine-months of maternity leave and is guaranteed her job back when her leave is over. For an American, … Continue reading MOTHERHOOD WITH BENEFITS – BY ELLIN CURLEY
Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: August 12, 2018 What with Garry still recovering, we haven't gotten out much lately and probably won't this month. But I've taken a few pictures around the house. Certainly as odd as anything else I've ever shot!