New England has a pretty big collection of native poets, of which Emily Dickenson was one. This poem so reminded me of this valley, with its hill and valleys and the mist over of the river. A good poem for… Read More ›
Our pingbacks needed a vacation. They were overworked. Tired. Fed up. Weary of being used and never rewarded for their important role in keeping the lines of communications open. The pingbacks went walkabout. On strike. Gone away. I understand. If I were a pingback,… Read More ›
A PHOTO A WEEK CHALLENGE: WOOD Not as interesting as some wood I’ve seen, but nonetheless, it’s definitely wood. In various forms. Another cool challenge from Nancy Merrill!
A PHOTO A WEEK CHALLENGE: RECORDING HISTORY In one way or another, every picture we take records history, capturing a moment that will never be repeated. Garry’s parents wedding, 1941. Photographer unknown, moments caught forever.