TAKE THE REST, BUT LEAVE THE COFFEE – Marilyn Armstrong

We went to the eye doctor today and we're glad to know that although he needs glasses (bifocals), he can see 20-20 with glasses and the prescription has been the same for four years. So even if his eyes are no longer those of a fighter pilot, they work. Even without glasses, he can see … Continue reading TAKE THE REST, BUT LEAVE THE COFFEE – Marilyn Armstrong

COUNTRY GARDENS BETWEEN STORMS – Marilyn Armstrong

AMELIORATING AND JUDICIOUS WILD PLANTING OF FLOWERS IN THE TINY TOWN OF UXBRIDGE Our lawns are essentially wild,, too. I can’t turn on the hose because that pipe broke a few years ago and I haven’t figured out where to attach the new hose, (there’s a spout somewhere, but where?) — and so the hose … Continue reading COUNTRY GARDENS BETWEEN STORMS – Marilyn Armstrong

THERE ARE MANY QUESTIONS IN LIFE – Rich Paschall

Questions 67 & 68 Can this feeling that we have together Ooh, suddenly exist between Did this meeting of our minds together Ooh, happen just today, somewhere? Can you tell me, please don't tell me It really doesn't matter anyhow This song was the first single released from the 1969 debut album of Chicago the … Continue reading THERE ARE MANY QUESTIONS IN LIFE – Rich Paschall

HOW MUCH IS THREE-QUARTERS? – Marilyn Armstrong

I was out of lunch meat, so Garry went to the deli. It was Monday and they were out of everything except (sigh) turkey breast. Not my favorite, but I'm betting today is a delivery day. Garry asked the newest lady at the counter for 3/4 of a pound of turkey breast. Like a deer … Continue reading HOW MUCH IS THREE-QUARTERS? – Marilyn Armstrong

IT’S CALLED STRESS – Marilyn Armstrong

According to my friend Cherrie, since you-know-who was elected, there has been a massive spike in national blood pressure levels. I was normal. Now I'm high -- and running out of medications. Garry was normal and now, he is high too. Cherrie had such low blood pressure, they weren't sure she was alive ... and … Continue reading IT’S CALLED STRESS – Marilyn Armstrong