Yesterday, I made pasta and sauce. Owen had baked fresh bread the day before. There was one piece left and Garry came out of the kitchen clutching the bread while announcing, “I got the last piece of bread!” About 10… Read More ›
FROM ANI, THE SMALL DOG OF SUE VINCENT, ON THE OH SO FAMILIAR SUBJECT OF “GETTING OLD.” I’ve been feeling under the weather, I’ve been feeling under the weather, It is winter and bones can get cold… Especially when you… Read More ›
All TV crime shows start the same way. A couple, or some kids, are doing something normal like walking in the park when they come upon a gruesome murder. The woman or girl screams, the man or boy usually throws… Read More ›
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Pets and Farm Animals Pets and farm animals, all in black and white. Well, it’s a pretty black & white world we seem to be living in, so why not?
Loneliness is one of the collateral damage effects of COVID 19. There are increasing reports of people whose social lives have been turned upside down by mandates to stay home, away from crowds and the possibility of COVID 19 infection…. Read More ›
STILL FLYING HIGH, WE HAVE SQUIRRELS Up in the air they go gliding, landing on our feeders, then gliding home. I wish I could be quiet as a mouse and go outside and see them flying in to eat at… Read More ›