THE MOST NIMBLE OF ALL SQUIRRELS – Marilyn Armstrong

RDP Monday: Nimble This is our squirrel. He shows up in the middle of the day and hangs around, in the most literal sense, for hours. He wraps himself around the feeder like a fur coat, hanging by one paw or two, upside down, or completely twisted into a configuration that's hard to figure out. … Continue reading THE MOST NIMBLE OF ALL SQUIRRELS – Marilyn Armstrong

DO WE WANT TO ELECT ANYONE? – Marilyn Armstrong

I was just glancing through another post on The New Yorker asking whether Joe Biden is electable. I have read similar stories in the Washington Post and other newspaper, online and offline about every potential candidate. It's almost as if we don't want to find a viable candidate because there's something wrong with everyone. I … Continue reading DO WE WANT TO ELECT ANYONE? – Marilyn Armstrong

THE BRIGHTEST DAFFODILS – Marilyn Armstrong

DAFFODILS! I took these the last time we had sunshine, so it must have been Wednesday. Since then, it has been cold and rainy ... but at least I got the daffodils when they were at the finest. There may be some sunshine next week, but I'm beginning to think we are living in a … Continue reading THE BRIGHTEST DAFFODILS – Marilyn Armstrong

A UNIQUE PRODUCTION – BY ELLIN CURLEY

I recently had a unique, rich and rewarding experience. I wrote and helped put together a multimedia theatrical production about a horrific pogrom in 1919 that wiped out over half of the 1200 inhabitants of a Ukrainian town called Felshtin. We performed it on April 14, 2019, in New York City to a very appreciative … Continue reading A UNIQUE PRODUCTION – BY ELLIN CURLEY