FOWC with Fandango — Inane I try not to be inane and in the name of non-inanity when I have nothing to say -- not infrequently -- I shut up. That's what pictures are for. Or reruns. Or reblogs. I wrote about politics a lot at the beginning of this mess we are in and after … Continue reading A WORLD WITHOUT WASTE IS POSSIBLE? – Marilyn Armstrong
So — how are your “hiding” skills?
Nuclear weapons are enormously powerful tools of destruction, and one can’t imagine the full extent of its obliteration. However, there is a scientifically supported plan of action that could help us survive the fallout. So what is it?
Our Visit to the Valley, Rich Paschall For most of my visits to Strasbourg, France I returned home by going directly to Frankfurt airport for my flight. It is about two and one-half hours away by Lufthansa bus, slightly longer by Flixbus as they usually make one brief stop. My friend from Alsace has driven … Continue reading HEIDELBERG, GERMANY
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Music "And let there be music throughout the land," he said and there arose a mighty host of singers. There were singers, trumpeters, flautists, piano players, and drummers. Everywhere, they made music.
The bird feeder was almost empty today. Although I haven't been seeing lots of birds, the feeder has been emptying steadily and fast. I think they eat more food in the winter. They need more calories to keep warm. Our birds are quite fat, so I think we're doing a good job. Garry agreed to help … Continue reading BIRDS OF THE SECOND SUNDAY – Marilyn Armstrong