ARE YOU GOING TO SCARBOROUGH FAIR? – Marilyn Armstrong

RDP# Tuesday prompt: Fair From commenter named LARRY to whom I would give proper credit if only I knew who to credit! Scarborough is a small town on the coast of England. The "Scarborough Fair" was a popular gathering in Medieval times, attracting traders and entertainers from all over the country. The fair lasted 45 … Continue reading ARE YOU GOING TO SCARBOROUGH FAIR? – Marilyn Armstrong

NOT VERY SENSUAL – Marilyn Armstrong

Boyoboy, I can't think of any time in my life I have felt LESS sensual. Life just isn't like that these days. It seems to be more about regularity, eating right, hoping nothing breaks, and wondering if the retirement money will last as long as your life and what happens if it doesn't? I think … Continue reading NOT VERY SENSUAL – Marilyn Armstrong

FREEDOM AND THE LACK THEREOF – Marilyn Armstrong

RDP #76 – FREEDOM Folk songs notwithstanding, freedom is not "just another word for nothing left to lose." Freedom is exactly the opposite of that. Freedom -- having freedom -- leaves you a lot to lose. Like ... say ... your right to live a life you want to live. A life that is open to … Continue reading FREEDOM AND THE LACK THEREOF – Marilyn Armstrong

FLUMMOXED AGAIN – Marilyn Armstrong

Flummoxed by Life, Rain, and Dawgz It's a great literary word and I love what it means. To be completely (pardon the expression) bamboozled. Stunned. Lost in the complexity. Wandering mentally aimless. Made mentally woolly by the ghosts of the past. ''Naked and alone we came into exile,'' Thomas Wolfe wrote. ''In her dark womb … Continue reading FLUMMOXED AGAIN – Marilyn Armstrong