I feel like I should be singing "Getting To Know You" as I write this update. It's the beginning of the second week, wearing my activated cochlear implant. It's Saturday, the first day of the 9th month. If you sing "September Song", I could probably hear most of the lyrics. Maybe I'll listen to Walter … Continue reading UPDATE: WEEK 2 – ACTIVATED COCHLEAR IMPLANT – Garry Armstrong
I dressed in my most alluring, tantalizing gown -- a deep red taffeta item. Its intent was to lure the most sequacious of my followers. I speak of those who knew nothing of me but the colors I wore, the perfume that wafted from my dusky skin. Ah, those fools, forever creeping after me, wanting … Continue reading TANTALIZING TO THE MOST SEQUACIOUS – Marilyn Armstrong
GLOWING PINK CUP - SEPTEMBER! So soon September. Tomorrow is Labor Day on which we labor not. But the coffee glows at me in the morning. I can feel it calling my name all the way down the hall in the bedroom. Some people drink coffee. I need it.
The Roger Moore Years, Part 2 - Rich Paschall After four successful outings in the 1970s as British Secret Agent 007, James Bond, Roger Moore was back in the 1981 film, For Your Eyes Only. The title does not refer to secret documents. If you have not guessed the meaning (really, Bond fans?), you will have to … Continue reading FOR YOUR EYES ONLY
THURSDAY’S SPECIAL: TRACES OF THE PAST Y4-07 From Paula: After a month’s break, I decided to challenge you again with things from the past. What Traces of the Past have you found near you or on some of your travels? Are these remains of things built and now in disrepair, the remains of natural occurrences, or items from … Continue reading THURSDAY’S SPECIAL WITH TRACES OF MY PAST – Marilyn Armstrong