FOREVER EVOLVING? WHERE AM I? – Marilyn Armstrong

Blogging Insights # 30 – Evolving The question from BLOGGING INSIGHTS #30 - EVOLVING is: "Your blog is never static.It is a living and breathing organism that continues to grow as you grow as a blogger. Sometimes this growth takes unexpected directions and you end up with something very different from what you had envisioned." … Continue reading FOREVER EVOLVING? WHERE AM I? – Marilyn Armstrong

ANOTHER WEEK – Marilyn Armstrong

We decided we needed another week with Bonnie. We aren't ready. Also, I discovered a great calming chewy. Basically, they are duck-flavored hemp edibles for dogs. They aren't quite strong enough but if you give them about twice as much as recommended Bonnie sleeps though most of the night. I know nothing we do is … Continue reading ANOTHER WEEK – Marilyn Armstrong

THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT: A LOVE STORY – EDWARD LEAR

The Owl and the Pussycat by Edward Lear I The Owl and the Pussy-cat went to sea In a beautiful pea-green boat, They took some honey, and plenty of money, Wrapped up in a five-pound note. The Owl looked up to the stars above, And sang to a small guitar, 'O lovely Pussy! O Pussy my … Continue reading THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT: A LOVE STORY – EDWARD LEAR

THE COMING OF THE iPhone – Marilyn Armstrong

My son talked me into it. It was the best deal I was ever going to get. My cousin’s son and my best friends' sons did the same for them -- all at the same time. It's probably the quarantine that did it. They said that we were seriously in need of good telephones and, … Continue reading THE COMING OF THE iPhone – Marilyn Armstrong

LITTLE FLAGS IN A COUNTRY THAT’S DYING – Marilyn Armstrong

I don't know how they will get it done, but I'm sure there will be flags in the Revolutionary War cemetery in the middle of town. It's directly across from the dam and it is beautiful especially in the autumn. It is just a hundred or so yards from the river itself. Uphill, so it … Continue reading LITTLE FLAGS IN A COUNTRY THAT’S DYING – Marilyn Armstrong

RED BELLIED WOODPECKER AND A FUCHSIA – Marilyn Armstrong

AS THE END OF MAY APPROACHES ...  I got some nice pictures of our favorite woodpecker enjoying dinner at the feeder. The birds seem to like being near the big plant. I think it makes them feel safe. It is much harder to shoot with the big plant in the way, so I'm going to … Continue reading RED BELLIED WOODPECKER AND A FUCHSIA – Marilyn Armstrong