Fandango’s February Expressions #22 I rather prefer Dorothy Parker's version: "You can lead a whore to culture but you cannot make her think."
Garry used to be a major-league cover-stealer. Early in our marriage, I tried to gently detach him from his tightly-held cover cocoon. It was hopeless. His technique was simple: two 360-twirls while firmly clutching the covers. It left me with no covers while he was fully wrapped, neck to toes. At some point, I realized … Continue reading DECORATING ON THE CHEAP – Marilyn Armstrong
And the sun finally came out - February 22 The red cactus is covered with tiny buds and the orchid is blooming. Big fat buds, waiting to open. And indeed, the sun came out. It is supposed to stay sunny through the weekend, then get wet, rainy, and cold next week.
Fandango’s February Expressions #21 Where oh where have valor and discretion gone? What does this mean? Until you know what you are talking about, shut up. Valor isn't doing something stupid and dangerous. It means doing something that may cost you your life to save someone ELSE. It isn't bungee jumping or tightrope walking between highrise … Continue reading DISCRETION AND VALOR – Marilyn Armstrong
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Roads Proving you can see the same picture in a different way -- and it becomes a new picture. And this one is I never tried before. It's white on black. What do you think?