WEASELS ON TWO AND FOUR LEGS – Marilyn Armstrong

RDP Thursday – WEASEL It was probably about a decade ago that Owen first noticed a big weasel-like critter running across the road around twilight. We were pretty well acquainted with weasels since we owned a couple of ferrets, which are tame animals. Very small. These have been pets for thousands of years and although once … Continue reading WEASELS ON TWO AND FOUR LEGS – Marilyn Armstrong

THE PELLET WITH THE POISON IS IN THE VESSEL WITH THE PESTLE, I THINK – Marilyn Armstrong

It's either in the chalice from the palace ... or the vessel with the pestle ... or possibly, the flagon with the dragon. One of them has the brew that is true, but if you mistakenly drink the wrong one? Then you've consumed the pellet with the poison. And your goose, so to speak, is … Continue reading THE PELLET WITH THE POISON IS IN THE VESSEL WITH THE PESTLE, I THINK – Marilyn Armstrong

ROADS IN THE COUNTRY, STREETS AND OTHER PATHWAYS – Garry Armstrong

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Roads: country, freeways, streets, dirt, etc. I went out to mail some batteries back to the company who sent them -- they didn't work -- and I took the camera with me. Lo and behold, this is the perfect place for all those roady pictures. Marilyn said they'd come in handy, just … Continue reading ROADS IN THE COUNTRY, STREETS AND OTHER PATHWAYS – Garry Armstrong

THURSDAY’S BEAKY SPIKES AND SPIKY PAWS – Marilyn Armstrong

Thursday's beaks and paws As I stood at the French doors in the dining room, I watched both Cardinals -- male and physical come and go. I didn't even both reaching for the camera. They play this game with me every morning and I didn't feel like playing today. They flew off and I got … Continue reading THURSDAY’S BEAKY SPIKES AND SPIKY PAWS – Marilyn Armstrong

A SUMMER AFTERNOON WITH JIMMY CAGNEY – Garry Armstrong

This story goes back to the early '70s. My mind gets a little bit hazy. I always thought I'd remember everything, but it turns out, you forget. It's not dementia or Alzheimer's. Other stuff happens and the older stuff gets pushed back into the hard drive. We are older computers, you know? We need a … Continue reading A SUMMER AFTERNOON WITH JIMMY CAGNEY – Garry Armstrong