Fandango’s Provocative Question #32 For this week’s provocative question, I am going to do something I haven’t before done in my provocative question prompt. I’m going to post something a fellow blogger wrote. In this case, the blogger is Judy Dykstra-Brown, and in one of her recent posts she wrote: WORDS Oh my name it ain't … Continue reading WITH GOD ON MY SIDE – Marilyn Armstrong
FOWC with Fandango — Battery So there was a terrible movie, released on July 4, 1996. It was called "Independence Day" and was about the invasion of Earth by Aliens (not from Central America -- the outer space variety). It featured an all-star cast and made mountains of money. Directed by Roland Emmerich Produced by Dean … Continue reading REMEMBER INDEPENDENCE DAY? THE MOVIE, NOT THE ONE IN 1776. – Marilyn Armstrong
Absolutely Not Cacophony She has swans. She has a beloved dog and a pond for her swans. And she has a voice. Cacophony is noise. This is a joyful noise. Karin Laine McMillen and a song to go with the heat, humidity ... and summertime.
Stormy Afternoon in the Diner It's very hot. Not hot like "hot," but even hotter than that. It may have cooled off a little because about an hour ago, I heard thunder while I was showering. I quickly rinsed everything off because who knows if the power is going down? Bad enough to have the … Continue reading MORE OF THOSE JULY BLUES … Marilyn Armstrong