REMEMBERED OR FORGOTTEN? FANDANGO’S PROVOCATIVE QUESTION – Marilyn Armstrong

True or Lost? - Fandango’s Provocative Question #17 From Fandango: This week’s provocative question came to mind when my son asked me a question. He wanted to know where we lived when I sold my motorcycle, and I couldn’t remember whether it was in New Jersey or Pennsylvania. I tried and tried, but came up … Continue reading REMEMBERED OR FORGOTTEN? FANDANGO’S PROVOCATIVE QUESTION – Marilyn Armstrong

AN OUTGOING TIDE WITH AN UNDERTOW – Marilyn Armstrong

It has been a tough couple of weeks, which is weird because there isn't any specific crisis going on. I'm trying to get a grip on all the seemingly small things that feel like they are crowding in on me and pulling me down. Our income is fixed. This means our income will never go … Continue reading AN OUTGOING TIDE WITH AN UNDERTOW – Marilyn Armstrong

POINTY BEAKED BIRDS: SQUARE AND SPIKY MARCH DAY 6 – Marilyn Armstrong

Birds with pointy beaks -6- March Spiky Squares! Our world is still buried in snow but somehow, Garry got out on the deck and shoveled his way to the feeder. Which was good because one of our squirrels had just emptied it. That squirrel stares me down through the windows. I KNOW he can see … Continue reading POINTY BEAKED BIRDS: SQUARE AND SPIKY MARCH DAY 6 – Marilyn Armstrong

SPEAKING OF HOPE – Marilyn Armstrong

Much as I don't like answering endless questions, I do like great quotes when I come across them. The problem with most quotes about "hope" is that they are treacly. Sweet and phony. Hope is not a solution. It's a key, something to keep you going when all you want to do is crawl into … Continue reading SPEAKING OF HOPE – Marilyn Armstrong