It’s a very new year, but it’s already day five. I have a feeling if I don’t grab hold of it, it will slide away before I am fully “in” it. Garry’s had a difficult week, losing one friend (reason… Read More ›
WELCOME TO 2023. LET’S SHARE.
Share Your World January 2nd 2023 It’s a new year. Flip the calendar and try to remember to write the correct year on your checks, if you write checks. I write maybe a dozen a year and that’s only because way… Read More ›
WHEN DID “TIME” BEGIN?
Fandango’s Provocative Question #178 When did time actually begin? I have a secondary question: are you asking when “keeping time” began or when “dealing with time” began? Long before we had sundials or clocks, time was always part of our world…. Read More ›
The joy and perils of vortexes and wormholes Time travel is the ultimate addiction. When I discovered the window in my bedroom had turned into a wormhole, I was thrilled, though a bit worried. Venturing out of current time and… Read More ›
PONDERING MY LAST DAY? REALLY?
Fandango’s Provocative Question #176 Poor Fandango. I think he’s having a bad week, possibly a bad year or six because this week’s question is — are you ready? What will your last day on Earth be like? Seriously? I’m sure I’ll… Read More ›
BUSY DAYS HAVE COME AGAIN
We seem to have suddenly gone from doing nothing to having something happening every day. Back when we were busy people, this would have been no big deal but after so many years of retirement and a couple of years… Read More ›
STOP THE CLOCK
Fandango’s Provocative Question #161 I’ve hated daylight savings time as long as I’ve been aware it existed, so this change can’t come soon enough for me! Assuming you agree we should have the same clock time year-round rather than moving up… Read More ›
SHARING MY WHAT?
SHARE YOUR WORLD 2-21-2022 I have a headache. I’ll be right back. First, I need a couple of Excedrin. I got two Excedrin, but lost them between the kitchen and the living room. Considering it’s just about 12-feet from the closet… Read More ›
TIME IS A RIVER
Where has the past week gone? Time is our river. We flow with it, are part of it. Sometimes, it seems to rush along faster and certainly as we age, the time goes by so quickly we barely register what has… Read More ›
THE CLOCK TOLLS, BUT SOMETIMES NOT SO MUCH
Owen has clocked us. Whereas I used to have one grandmother clock in the dining room that I got from my first husband as a second anniversary gift — received while I was in the hospital during my long, long… Read More ›
TIME AND TIME AGAIN
As kids, we can’t imagine getting old. I suppose that’s normal, especially in this society where young people have very few experiences with elders and are not taught to respect or admire their accomplishments. I didn’t have any living grandparents…. Read More ›
WHEN SUDDENLY, IT’S TOO LATE – Marilyn Armstrong
There are family issues that go on for years. Many years and in some cases, generations. Yet somehow, you are sure that one day, it’ll get fixed. One day you realize no, it won’t get fixed. Time has run out…. Read More ›
MUSINGS ON TIME – BY ELLIN CURLEY
Recently I’ve been more aware of the passage of time in several different ways. Since quarantine began, every morning when I look in the mirror and start brushing my teeth, I think, “I remember yesterday morning when I did the… Read More ›
LET’S BE TWELVE AGAIN — Marilyn Armstrong
Someone asked me what I would do if I were twelve again. Twelve. A little too young to be a teenager, too old to be a ‘child.’ It’s the middle-age of childhood. There might be a few things I could… Read More ›
WINTER SOLSTICE DINNER TIME FOR BIRDS – Marilyn Armstrong
Winter Solstice – Time for Dinner It was not a day for taking pictures of birds. It has been pouring all day. Even at midday, it was dark outside. I have taken so many pictures over the past month, there… Read More ›
TIME IN HAND AGAIN: SQUARE FOR BECKY B – Marilyn Armstrong
Time in My Palm – Square for Becky B Time in my hand again, this time the gold watch. Also an Elgin, but not an Elgin-Waltham. I get confused about who owned which company and when. Companies bought each other, consolidated…. Read More ›