WORLD SHARING WHILE WATCHING THE IOWA CAUCUSES – Marilyn Armstrong

Share Your World 2-4-2020 This year, politics is more critical than I ever remember it. To be fair, though, I've always been fascinated by our elections, debates, primaries. How they work, how people make their decisions. This year in Iowa, you can see -- and I don't know that I've ever seen this before -- … Continue reading WORLD SHARING WHILE WATCHING THE IOWA CAUCUSES – Marilyn Armstrong

GETTING NOSY AGAIN – Marilyn Armstrong

Judy Dykstra Brown popped up with these questions and I found them kind of interesting. Also, I haven't done this in quite a while, so why not? Right now, the shower installers are back removing ALL the grout and replacing it with the right stuff. I knew something was wrong. It just took a while … Continue reading GETTING NOSY AGAIN – Marilyn Armstrong

SHARE MY WORLD – JANUARY 20, 2020 – Marilyn Armstrong

Sharing My World  on 1-20-2020 QUESTIONS: Where do you get your news? I have a subscription to the Washington Post. I also read newsletters from the L.A. Times, Newsweek, Huff. And I read The New Yorker and Garry sends me a lot of clippings from the New York Post. We also watch the news to … Continue reading SHARE MY WORLD – JANUARY 20, 2020 – Marilyn Armstrong

IT’S APPLE SEASON! TIME FOR WALDORF SALAD – Marilyn Armstrong

I've always loved Waldorf salad. It was originally made at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Manhatten in 1893 and it has been really popular ever since, It's probably my favorite salad and the only reason I don't make it more often (it's pretty easy) because usually, I'm missing a key ingredient. Like apples, walnuts, or … Continue reading IT’S APPLE SEASON! TIME FOR WALDORF SALAD – Marilyn Armstrong

TOO COLD FOR SEPTEMBER – Marilyn Armstrong

The forecasts have been promising weather in the low 80s tomorrow, so I'm refusing to turn on my boiler today ... especially since I haven't gotten a tank fill since I think May, but it might have been April. We aren't out of fuel, but we don't have much and until Wednesday, I don't dare … Continue reading TOO COLD FOR SEPTEMBER – Marilyn Armstrong