AND THE GAME WENT ON AND ON AND ON – Marilyn Armstrong

Adorable Yet Endless Garry retired to the bedroom after the 10th inning. Not that he was giving up on the game. He just wanted to watch it in bed. I'm more comfortable sitting up, so I stayed in the living room. Sometime after midnight, the dogs got restless. I was sitting on their bed. Mind you, … Continue reading AND THE GAME WENT ON AND ON AND ON – Marilyn Armstrong

IF YOU JUST LIVE LONG ENOUGH – Marilyn Armstrong

Weekly Word Prompt: Humor One Sunday in church, Pastor's sermon was about forgiveness. He asked everyone in the church to stand up, then he asked those who had any enemies to sit down. Everyone sat down but one very old woman. "You have no enemies at all?" asked Pastor. "Not a single one," she answered, nodding her … Continue reading IF YOU JUST LIVE LONG ENOUGH – Marilyn Armstrong

WAY-STONES, MILESTONES: WAY-STONE #writephoto – Marilyn Armstrong

Thursday photo prompt: Way-stone #writephoto When we first moved to Uxbridge, the woman who sold us our house drove us around and the first thing she brought us to see was the Uxbridge Way-Stone. Erected and etched in the early 1600s, it was part of the marking made along Native trails, many of which later became … Continue reading WAY-STONES, MILESTONES: WAY-STONE #writephoto – Marilyn Armstrong

AND TONIGHT, THE STORM – Marilyn & Garry Armstrong

FOTD – October 27, 2018 – Autumn Leaves We had a beautiful sunny day today and whatever Autumn we are getting this year, I think this was the last day of it. Tonight, tomorrow, and possibly for the two following days, we're getting a nor'easter. Not snow (phew), but lots of rain and wind and more … Continue reading AND TONIGHT, THE STORM – Marilyn & Garry Armstrong

MOSTLY TAILS AND A TONGUE, IN BLACK & WHITE – Garry & Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Tongues and Tails Garry got the best horse's tails, but I got Duke's tail and tongue. He has an amazing tail. Not a half bad tongue either. I also had some great cow tails too, but my favorite didn't work in black and white. He was so patchy, black and … Continue reading MOSTLY TAILS AND A TONGUE, IN BLACK & WHITE – Garry & Marilyn Armstrong