RDP Friday: WEEK For a while, after we retired, we remained tied to the weeks, months, and holidays. We knew when it was the weekend and aware of the holidays. I'm not sure when we began to slide into a world where the only reason to know what day it is, is because you have … Continue reading WHAT DAY IS IT? – Marilyn Armstrong
FOWC with Fandango — Challenge INVICTUS by William Ernest Henley William Ernest Henley, born August 23, 1849, was an influential British poet, perhaps best known for his poem “Invictus” (1875). He is the author of A Song of Speed (D. Nutt, 1903), Hawthorn & Lavender with Other Verses (D. Nutt, 1901), and For England’s Sake: Verses … Continue reading INVICTUS by William Earnest Henley – MEETING THE CHALLENGE – Marilyn Armstrong
FOTD – October 19, 2018 – Maple Leaves When we were down by the Blackstone River at River Bend Farm. Except for the maple trees, all the trees were dark green. It made a strange autumn scene.
A Hope for Dawn and Dusk - Glimmer: Marilyn Armstrong #writephoto It could be the first light of the sun creeping over the horizon or the last rays of light as the sun sets below the horizon. It's impossible to know. I always wondered if there was any way to tell the difference between dawn … Continue reading THE HOPE OF DAWN AND DUSK – GLIMMER – Marilyn Armstrong #Writephoto