For the last few days, I've been waking up to the realization that I'm probably going to die of heart problems. Now, being as I'm already 72 -- and I recognize that I and everyone else is going to die of something eventually -- this isn't shocking or surprising. Once I finally understood that this … Continue reading RASPY FOR THAT FIRST ANNOYING CALL OF THE MORNING – Marilyn Armstrong
"We are broadcasting," said the crew from ESPN, "from the iconic top of the Green Monster in iconic Fenway Park," by which they were referring to the broadcast booth set on top of the tall green wall in the stadium's left field., a.k.a, the left field wall. Fenway might even be iconic if by that … Continue reading ICONIC, YET SOMEHOW TOTALLY AWESOME – Marilyn Armstrong
Photo Challenge - Satisfaction Couldn't help myself. I know it's not my own photography. In fact, it's video and isn't even photography. But ... you know, "Can't get no satisfaction!" Because even just hearing the word, I have to hum the song! Time has certainly changed them. But then again, it has changed us all.
I recently spent two days with friends in Portland, Oregon, the Vermont of the West. Pot is legal and the arts are thriving, all over town. Our friends drove us and walked with us all around town so we got a good overview of the city. On our drive through town, I took a picture … Continue reading PORTLAND STREET ART – BY ELLIN CURLEY
Hosta - July 15, 2019 I think it's possible that you can't kill a Hosta unless you dig it up and throw it in a trash can. Otherwise, they seem to be impermeable to weather, drought, flood and getting eaten by miscellaneous wild creatures. We had a few Hosta when we moved into this house. … Continue reading HOSTA – Marilyn Armstrong