MOVING WATER IN BLACK & WHITE – Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Moving Water There was a time when I thought I might eventually shoot every dam in the valley, but not all of them are accessible to traffic. A lot of mills were built by dams deep in the woods whose only access was by train -- or barge. Short of … Continue reading MOVING WATER IN BLACK & WHITE – Marilyn Armstrong

WHEN BONES DON’T KNIT – Marilyn Armstrong

Yesterday morning, I dropped the mouse for the computer in the bedroom. I reached down to pick it up and a pain shot through my chest, down my arm and I yelped. I had a lot of heart surgery more than five years ago. Most of it has healed well. The thing that hasn't healed properly … Continue reading WHEN BONES DON’T KNIT – Marilyn Armstrong

OVERCOMING MY NEWS ADDICTION – By ELLIN CURLEY

I confess. I became a news addict. A true junkie. The first thing I did every morning is to reach for the phone and check out the Washington Post to see what Trump has done while I was sleeping. The headlines tell me whether I’m going to have a peaceful day focused on my own … Continue reading OVERCOMING MY NEWS ADDICTION – By ELLIN CURLEY

SUNNY MIDDAY, A RED FINCH AND FRIENDS #13 – Marilyn Armstrong

RED FINCH AND FRIENDS The finches have been conspicuous in their absence. I suspected it was because they didn't like the food -- or couldn't eat it -- so I changed food. And suddenly, we've had lots of Goldfinch and today, for the first time (well, second really), a red one came and hung around … Continue reading SUNNY MIDDAY, A RED FINCH AND FRIENDS #13 – Marilyn Armstrong