I' ve asked old acquaintance, Walter Houston, once again, to lead us with his melancholy vocal of "September Song" to set the mood. September is a bittersweet month for many of us. For the young, it's the end of summer, goodbye to the idyllic warm days of endless fun and those first romantic days and … Continue reading 2018 – ANOTHER SEPTEMBER SONG – Garry Armstrong
BUT MOSTLY, NOT PINK: DAY ELEVEN I took pictures today. I made sure there was at least some pink in them, not counting our Renegade which is definitely, positively, and totally orange. But this picture tickled me because not only is the car in the pink, but there's pink if you look for it. Or, … Continue reading BUT MOSTLY, NOT PINK: DAY ELEVEN – Marilyn Armstrong
WILDFLOWERS - DAY TEN Wild and bright pink and living along the fencing of the farm down the road. It's there for the cows to enjoy and I'm sure they do. About as pink as you can get, too!
FIND THE PINK- DAY EIGHT I took pictures today and I made sure there was at least some pink in them, not counting our orange Renegade which is definitely, positively, and totally ORANGE. But this picture tickled me because it had pink in it, but it wasn't mainly pink. Lots of little pink things here, … Continue reading FIND THE PINK: DAY EIGHT – Marilyn Armstrong
SUNSET - dAY SEVEN One great sunset deserves at least one more. There was an amazing sunset one night over the river in Connecticut. It was deep pink on one end and bronze on the opposite side - a 360-degree sunset. Yesterday, you got the pink end of the sunset. Tonight, the cloudy side of … Continue reading SUNSET: DAY SEVEN – Marilyn Armstrong
SUNSET - dAY SIX There was an amazing sunset one night over the river in Connecticut. It was deep pink on one end and bronze on the opposite side - a 360-degree sunset.
fred flamingo - dAY FIVE I got Fred a couple of years ago. I intended to get some more flamingos, but I never got around to it so Fred is our lonely flamingo. We have so decimated real living flamingos, there are far more plastic ones than living ones.