FOWC with Fandango — Not Feeling Radical I couldn’t think of anything radical except maybe for that day I went in for a light trim to my waist length hair and before I had a chance to say what I… Read More ›
Month: September 2018
We now, after almost 350 years of nationhood, have a president who thinks mining — coal mining — is a good idea and a fine way to make a living. Oddly enough, someone else had this idea years ago. It… Read More ›
A Wild Pink Shrub by the River and the Man Who Takes Her Picture We went down to the river in Rhode Island today. We were looking for Autumn and thought it might be hiding along the river in Lewis… Read More ›
RDP Saturday – FALL Yesterday, in the rain driving to the doctor, we kept looking for fall. We could see touches of it here and there, but given that it is already the end of September, it should have been everywhere…. Read More ›
Autumn Comes to New England – #writephoto It is the end of September. Normally, we would be wrapped in the bright leaf colors for which New England is justly famous. Not so far. We were at Manchaug a few days… Read More ›
My father was a scientist and a very rational man. He didn’t believe in religion or have any superstitions, except one. He told me to never, ever go to a fortune-teller. He had a logical reason. HIS father had told… Read More ›
The Changing Seasons, September 2018 It’s the very end of September here in New England, so it’s the middle of our best season, Autumn. Except it isn’t Autumn. The trees are entirely green without even a hint of red. A few… Read More ›
As I’m writing this I’m watching the circus that is the Senate hearing on Bret Kavanagh. Lindsey Graham and the Republicans on the committee are making complete asses of themselves. Graham is literally screaming at the top of his lungs…. Read More ›
FOWC with Fandango — Heart Yesterday was some kind of turning point for me. My heart broke. Because the same shit that I went through as a young woman is still happening and now we are going to sit one of… Read More ›
FUCHSIA – PERFECTLY PINK – Marilyn Armstrong And from now to the end of the month, it will be fuchsia. I have a lot in different colors, at different stages of development … and I love them.
Originally posted on THE SHINBONE STAR:
On Tuesday a pampered, hugely advantaged and once beloved 81-year-old black man went to jail for 3-10 years for a crime he undoubtedly committed 14 years ago, and perhaps 60 or more equally appalling…
BEYOND THE FRINGE – TAKE A PEW Because for reasons unknown, being hirsute is offensive to God. And from this, Monty Python was born. You may put away your bibles. Don’t forget to drop some money in the basket.
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Circles and Curves This first shot is the camera that took the rest of the pictures. It is a Panasonic Lumix FZ-1000. After I gave Garry the FZ-300, I realized I didn’t have a… Read More ›
FUCHSIA – DARK VIOLET WITH WHITE And from now to the end of the month, it will be fuchsia. I have a lot in different colors, at different stages of development … and I love them.
Wednesday RDP – INSPIRE A friend asked me why I do this, why I blog. So I asked her why she plays golf. This is an evergreen post for me. I’ve modified a bit with each iteration, but it says something… Read More ›
Yesterday was “National Register to Vote” Day. It does NOT mean you can’t register today. If you are reading this, you have a computer and you can do it. It takes a few minutes. You might discover you are already… Read More ›