RDP Tuesday: STRAIN "Oh," said the doctor on television. "It's just a strain. Nothing to worry about." I always laugh, without much mirth when I hear that and you hear it often. If a bone isn't broken, if a head hasn't been bashed in and no one had a heart attack or a brain aneurysm, … Continue reading STRAINS? NO BIG DEAL, RIGHT? – Marilyn Armstrong
Bi-Weekly Photo Challenge: Black I remember the year that dark brown was the new black and another year when orange was the new black. Personally, I've always thought black was the new black and more than half the clothing I own is black. In Israel, a co-worker asked me if I was secretly a nun … Continue reading BLACK IS THE NEW BLACK – Marilyn Armstrong
In case you haven't noticed, doctor's offices rely heavily on faxes to get prescriptions to the pharmacy. Although that has always left me a bit twitchy -- personally, fax machines and I get along about as well as my printer and I get along, which is to say, not well -- I have come to … Continue reading BUT WHAT HAPPENS IF THE FAX IS BROKEN? – Marilyn Armstrong
Garry in July Blues Garry in blue down by the Mumford Dam in downtown (!) Uxbridge. Background includes the falls and dam, Route 16 bridge, and the odd floral bush.