FRAGILE HANDS – Marilyn Armstrong

FOWC with Fandango — Fragile UPDATE! I was going to try and write, but with the brace, I can't. I keep trying but get more wrong keys than right. Sorry! Crepuscule will have to wait. Note: Solved the problem. Removed the brace. The hand really HURTS. Funny how this works. Just yesterday I was offering advice … Continue reading FRAGILE HANDS – Marilyn Armstrong

THE COPIOUS JOY OF MUSIC WE LOVED – Marilyn Armstrong

THE COPIOUS JOY OF THE MUSIC WE LOVED From the group "Three Dog Night," written by Hoyt Axton, this has to be the most joyful noise to come out of a radio during the 1970s. It still makes me want to dance! LYRICS: Jeremiah was a bullfrog Was a good friend of mine I never … Continue reading THE COPIOUS JOY OF MUSIC WE LOVED – Marilyn Armstrong

THE PSYCHOLOGY OF STORMS – BY ELLIN CURLEY

The news has been inundated recently with reports of Hurricane Florence, which is bashing North and South Carolina. I’ve always wondered why so many people refuse to evacuate when the government tells them to. And why people don’t adequately prepare even when they’re told exactly what to expect. I read an interesting article on this … Continue reading THE PSYCHOLOGY OF STORMS – BY ELLIN CURLEY

PINK VASE AND RED ROSES – Marilyn Armstrong

Pink Vase With Red Anniversary Roses Today was beautiful. Yesterday was friends, food, and too many desserts. And today is equally lovely. I'm glad because Florence very slowly coming up the Atlantic coast. By the end of the week, it's going to be a mess. They aren't expecting the kind of rain they are getting … Continue reading PINK VASE AND RED ROSES – Marilyn Armstrong