SPECULATING ON SNOWFALL – Marilyn Armstrong

RDP Monday: SNOW SPECULATION We have a very favorite meteorologist, Harvey Leonard, currently with Channel 5 (ABC), but previously a colleague of Garry's for more than 30 years. He's a great meteorologist and can tell you -- really -- pretty much what's coming. What he can't tell you is exactly how much of what is … Continue reading SPECULATING ON SNOWFALL – Marilyn Armstrong

PLEASE, JUST MAKE ME FEEL BETTER – Marilyn Armstrong

FOWC with Fandango — Health I visited my favorite doctor last week. She is the only one of my original set of doctors I kept when I changed insurers. Despite her not being covered directly by my new insurance, she "gets me" in a way that only someone who has known you for a long time … Continue reading PLEASE, JUST MAKE ME FEEL BETTER – Marilyn Armstrong

FLOWER OF THE DAY PLUS SQUARE AND SPIKY MARCH DAY 3 – Marilyn Armstrong

Day Three - March Spiky Squares! More Blooming Cactus - FOTD – o3/04/2019 Snow falling tonight and I'm hoping we won't get as much as promised. I guess I'll know in the morning. Meanwhile, it's snowing pretty heavily out there. We might get up to a foot, but I'm hoping for less. Please. My cactus … Continue reading FLOWER OF THE DAY PLUS SQUARE AND SPIKY MARCH DAY 3 – Marilyn Armstrong

NANA VIGNETTES – BY ELLIN CURLEY

My first mother-in-law, Dorothy, was a complex person with strong positive traits and equally strong negative ones. Despite all of her issues, she was beloved by her whole family. She babysat all of her grandchildren, even when it meant coming to New York from Florida to stay in our house while Larry and I went … Continue reading NANA VIGNETTES – BY ELLIN CURLEY

CLASS OF ’69 – BY ELLIN CURLEY

Going to a 50th High School Reunion can be an exciting prospect – if it’s yours. I recently went to my husband, Tom’s 50th Reunion in Schenectady, New York, and, to be honest, I wasn’t really looking forward to it. I’m shy in big groups and pictured myself following Tom around and having nothing to … Continue reading CLASS OF ’69 – BY ELLIN CURLEY