TOO MANY FLAKES DOTH A GREAT WHITENESS MAKE – Marilyn Armstrong

RDP Saturday – White White. I am not white because snow is white and I do not look anything like snow. The whites in my wash are not nearly white enough and anyway, it's all racist. Everything needs to be neutral beige. The sky has cleared. It was sort of white. Now it's sort of blue … Continue reading TOO MANY FLAKES DOTH A GREAT WHITENESS MAKE – Marilyn Armstrong

ABOUT THAT PAIN IN MY RIGHT ARM? – Marilyn Armstrong

First, let me clarify: this doctor isn't going to give me any more Prednisone or other steroids. He says it will melt my kidneys and kill me faster than my heart valves. Bummer. What a killjoy. It's like getting caught by the Baseball Commissioner for taking steroids except all I want is to walk like … Continue reading ABOUT THAT PAIN IN MY RIGHT ARM? – Marilyn Armstrong

ANGEL’S SONG by Kim Harrison – A CHRISTMAS STORY

Get Your Tissues Handy! I've got a gift from me to you today, written long before I found publication and was raw with the need to reach and connect and short on literary grace. You may have seen this last year, but it still makes me cry, and like the best gifts, please feel free … Continue reading ANGEL’S SONG by Kim Harrison – A CHRISTMAS STORY

WINTER SOLSTICE DINNER TIME FOR BIRDS – Marilyn Armstrong

Winter Solstice - Time for Dinner It was not a day for taking pictures of birds. It has been pouring all day. Even at midday, it was dark outside. I have taken so many pictures over the past month, there were more than enough pictures to make a post for today. On this dark and … Continue reading WINTER SOLSTICE DINNER TIME FOR BIRDS – Marilyn Armstrong

BEACON HILL – THE LOST PICTURES – Marilyn Armstrong

I've been switching SD cards in my cameras lately. This is to avoid leaving my cameras without a card. I hate getting ready to shoot, then seeing the notice that "there is no memory in the camera." So imagine my surprise when I pulled out a card and it had previously unseen pictures from the … Continue reading BEACON HILL – THE LOST PICTURES – Marilyn Armstrong