THE TIMELINE – Marilyn Armstrong

Finally, last night, I figured out that I've got between 10 and 12 years to live. It would be great if it were longer, but that's pretty much what I've got and I want to live them well. The math isn't complicated. Hopefully, I'm finished with cancer. As much of my gastrointestinal tract has been … Continue reading THE TIMELINE – Marilyn Armstrong

ROUND AND ROUND AND ROUND – Marilyn Armstrong

FOWC with Fandango — Cycle THE CIRCLE GAME - Joni Mitchell Yesterday a child came out to wonder Caught a dragonfly inside a jar Fearful when the sky was full of thunder And tearful at the falling of a star And the seasons they go round and round And the painted ponies go up and down … Continue reading ROUND AND ROUND AND ROUND – Marilyn Armstrong

Songs for the seasonally challenged III… – Reblog – Sue Vincent

Songs for the seasonally challenged III… Posted on December 15, 2018 by Sue Vincent To the tune of God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen: God rest ye merry gentlemen… There’ll be no rest for me! I’ve got to cook and clean and wrap And then put up the tree… For Christmas cheer won’t make itself That I can guarantee… … Continue reading Songs for the seasonally challenged III… – Reblog – Sue Vincent

RUDOLPH AND OTHER STORIES OF CHRISTMAS SONGS – Rich Paschall

Some of the stories behind our favorite Christmas songs, by Rich Paschall I did not know Dasher, Dancer and the gang until I learned the song. Of course, I learned it rather young, so perhaps no one had a chance to tell me. Besides, why would I want to get to know them since "they never let poor … Continue reading RUDOLPH AND OTHER STORIES OF CHRISTMAS SONGS – Rich Paschall

SATURDAY BIRDS – Marilyn Armstrong

I cannot help myself. There are birds, there is a camera, there are windows. And, I filled the feeder yesterday and I was curious to see if the birds sense that I had downgraded the mix from ultra super fancy to "value feeder." Answer? Not so you'd notice. I was actually at the window taking … Continue reading SATURDAY BIRDS – Marilyn Armstrong