THE FENWAY WALL – SQUARELY PINK – Marilyn Armstrong

The Wall at Fenway Park

So today was lovely. Friends and food and too many desserts. Laughter and the joy of good friends. And now, it’s another day, a perfect day for a lovely square pink photograph.

What a crazy week it has been. Flooding and typhoons and tornadoes and insane politicians saying the most godawful idiotic things.

Here, at home, other than a few dozen homes in Andover, South Andover, and Lawrence blowing up because the gas company was inept, it has been peaceful.

Best we think of baseball. One, two, three strikes you’re out and there’s no arguing with the umpire!

Painted on the old brick walls at Fenway Park

 

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. Retired! Yay!

9 thoughts on “THE FENWAY WALL – SQUARELY PINK – Marilyn Armstrong”

      1. We had a gas stove in Paris. It was fast to heat up and you did get used to it. We have an electric stove here but natural gas heating. There have been a few explosions here but they were mostly suicides. It’s bad way to go because you usually ruin a lot of other people’s lives/homes etc. in the process.

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