LAYERS IN PICTURES – Marilyn Armstrong

FOWC with Fandango — Layer

A layer of chairs and some snow
Layers of raw wood piled up for further woodworking
Layers of little dolls

We are going to be away for a couple of days, but Owen will be here taking care of the dogs. I don’t know if I’ll be doing much writing. I’m guessing — not much. I’m a bit overwritten and a few days off will do me some good.

I’ve got stuff ready to go up, but I may or may not get around to answering comments tomorrow, but I’ll get to it when I get home for sure. Have fun, you guys.

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Opinionated writer with hopes for a better future for all of us!

24 thoughts on “LAYERS IN PICTURES – Marilyn Armstrong”

        1. It’s not going to be exciting probably to anyone but us. We have a lot of decades of remembering to do. We really WERE kids together. My god, when I met Garry, I was 16 and I met Ben the same year. I met Tom a couple of years after that and of course Ellin when Tom got to know her — and even THAT is heading into a couple of decades. Talk about time flying!

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      1. Getting together with lifelong friends! Wonderful! And in this day and age, it is amazing! Have a great time! That was a lot of exclaiming 🙂


    1. I’ve scheduled stuff for the next couple of days and I’ll no doubt take a few pictures too, but I’m very over-computered and I need a break. Hell, my WRISTS need a break! I have that nasty pain in the wrist you get when you are a few tens of thousands of words over the line.

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