Garry was a working reporter for more than 40 years, so you have to figure I have an interest in the news. I never watched all the news. I didn't think every shooting or fatal car accident was news. Just because something happens doesn't make it newsworthy. Even if it's tragic. News directors believe in … Continue reading OUR WORLD BALANCED ON THE HEAD OF A PIN – Marilyn Armstrong
I don't know how many times I've read these books. I know the first time was in 1967. I read it in the hospital after my spine was fused and after I decided not to die. I was in the hospital for five months and not allowed out of bed at all for any reason. … Continue reading THE END OF MIDDLE EARTH – Marilyn Armstrong
I don't envy much. I've never needed the biggest house or the fastest car. Fashion doesn't tempt me and success for me has always meant having enough. Spare would be nice, but enough will do. I don't need popularity. A few good friends and some companionable other acquaintances are just fine. But you, over there? … Continue reading ONCE IN A LIFETIME – Marilyn Armstrong
Sunset at road's end - Marilyn Armstrong Another picture from the series on our street during that sunset in February. I love the colors in this one. The sky was bright blue, the clouds were purple and the naked trees made their own designs again the backlit sky.