I always refer to my concept of right and wrong as a “moral compass.” It has nothing to do with religion and everything to do with the Christian Golden Rule — or its Jewish predecessor: “Do not do to others what you would not want done to you.” In Hebrew, the language is built on … Continue reading THE COMPASS OF RIGHTEOUSNESS – Marilyn Armstrong
Did you ever wonder why dogs are the only other mammal that became universally domesticated and now lives with humans as part of their families? Well, there’s a scientific explanation and it’s called Oxytocin. The same chemical that plays a role in mother/infant bonding as well as in altruism and trust, is at work with … Continue reading THE SCIENCE BEHIND THE DOG-HUMAN BOND – BY ELLIN CURLEY
FOWC with Fandango — Coherent Early this morning, I woke from a dream I wanted to remember. It was full of people, but I don't remember who they were or what they were doing or for that matter, what I was doing. I sat up in bed for almost an hour trying to get a grip … Continue reading I ALMOST HAD IT – Marilyn Armstrong
Not only do I love the quest, but I’m in love with the matching deep blue sunglasses. Questing is wonderful, but so it matching!
Here we go! Leaving Chester Castle
We ride at dawn! Well, not quite. But my Welsh Castle Quest got off to a great start today, and knowing that I left Chester Castle at exactly the same time, and walked in the same direction as Edward 1st and his army did in 1277 made it all the more special.
We departed the castle and, just as Edward did (as you’ll see tomorrow) advanced out of the city towards the Dee estuary. Our walk took us along the tidal River Dee on the charming Wales Coastal Path, and as we left Chester behind and progressed towards Wales the cries of seagulls and the salty air became stronger with the rising call of the sea.
Looking along the River Dee to those foreboding Welsh hills beyond
Soon we reached the Welsh/English border, marked by two tall stones straddling the path, and so we…
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FOWC with Fandango — Productive Yesterday was a productive day. I decided to write about the kind of writing I do which I guess would be considered "opinion" or "informational." Judy (in New Hampshire Judy as opposed to Mexican Judy) commented that I write editorials, which was startling news to me. It fits, but I never … Continue reading SAYING WHAT YOU MEAN OR PRODUCTIVITY – Marilyn Armstrong
Signs in blue Looking for something different? Becky sent me the clue and I realized "Hey, I have signs too!" So here are a couple of them. Square and unquestionably blue!