I got an email from AT&T. It was alarming. I was overdue on my bill! They were going to report me to collection agencies, send it to all those companies that decide whether or not you deserve to have a credit card or a mortgage. I was surprised because I paid the bill. On-time. Online. I … Continue reading LET’S BAN PENNIES – Marilyn Armstrong
They haven't put up the holiday lights yet. They usually do it at the beginning of December, so if it doesn't snow too much, early next week the lights will go up. Hope everybody had a good holiday, no matter what you did or where you did it.
November 28, 2019 – Happy Thanksgiving I couldn't do this on Thanksgiving. The day was spent with family and chopping things for Waldorf Salad (https://wp.me/p2bT5l-1d8VE1), a roast leg of lamb, baked potatoes (which didn't get eaten, still in the fridge), little potatoes cooked with the roast (they did get eaten), hot rolls, and green beans. With … Continue reading HAPPY THANKSGIVING! – Marilyn Armstrong, with Photos by Garry Armstrong
Or, as Judy Dykstra-Brown said: “Curioser and curioser.”
Thomas Bowers, identified as the former Deutsche Bank executive who signed off on loans to tRump at a time when no US bank would take the risk on the six-time bankruptcy filing scam artist, died at the age of 55.
Bowers was found dead, of an apparent suicide, ten days ago in California.
This is the second case of a potential witness in a position to offer damning information on tRump, found hanging. Pedophile sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein was the first.
A similar tactic can be found in Putin’s playbook, although in that case, witnesses are typically thrown out of windows and are considered to be victims of the “Russian flew.”
I am reminded that we have never received answers to the following—
- Why did Supreme Court Justice Kennedy retire so abruptly after meeting with Trump, Ivanka, and Kushner?
- What role did SCOTUS Kennedy’s son, tRump’s contact at Deutsche Bank…
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I'm sorry no one took pictures this morning before I decided that they'd already knocked off most of the seeds in two 4-1/2-pound feeders. No matter what they think, they are going to have to get at least some of their food somewhere else. But it was funny. There were two squirrels clinging to each … Continue reading GROWLING AT THE SQUIRRELS – Marilyn Armstrong
I kept wondering why I never saw a bluebird. Ever. Not here or in New York. And I know they live here. But this morning I got up and looked out my back windows and the deck was full of bluebirds! A good sign for Thanksgiving, isn't it? Here are some of them.
In an alternate universe, Louisa May Alcott would be 187 today. In my alternate universe, we all live -- as a matter of course -- to at least 200. And because of our extended life span, we are better custodians of our earth recognizing that we will have to live in the mess we make … Continue reading HAPPY 187TH BIRTHDAY LOUISA MAY ALCOTT – Marilyn Armstrong