RDP-Sunday–Squirrel Things go missing. People go missing. I often think my brain goes missing and sometimes, that's a good thing. Right now, however, Garry took this perfect picture of (you guessed it) a squirrel. By the Blackstone in River Bend Park. I'm pretty sure he isn't the source of my loss, but who knows?
Thanks for your service, Rich Paschall He had been in the business for almost 40 years. The last twenty-seven of those with the same company. He liked his job and thought he was good at it. In just a few more years he would retire. Everything seemed to be on track. When Carl started in … Continue reading GOODBYE AND GOOD LUCK – Rich Paschall
Strange Questions and Weird Answers Fandango got the questions from Melanie who got them from Rory. I stole them from Fandango. Now, you are welcome to steal them from me. Rory's rules were that you're supposed to answer the true or false questions the wrong way. “Don’t answer the questions the right way!” his rules state. … Continue reading TRUE, FALSE, OR NUTS? – Q & A – Marilyn Armstrong
Weekly Photo Challenge: Magical Places The Blackstone Valley Historical Corridor is a series of connected parks in and around the Blackstone River Valley. There are dozens of little, medium, and large parks. The parks surround many dams, ponds, and lakes. There are bicycle paths, picnic tables, even a few areas where you can swim and many … Continue reading A RIVER OF MAGICAL PLACES: WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE – Marilyn Armstrong
More of Autumn -FOTD – November 11, 2018 The leaf sucking company was here this morning. The dogs went into total hysterics. Actually, that's not true. The Duke went berserk because he thinks he is a giant protector, except I don't think he has scared anyone yet. He's just not a terrifying creature. They came … Continue reading MORE OF AUTUMN – Marilyn Armstrong