NATIONAL SPEAK IN COMPLETE SENTENCES DAY – Marilyn Armstrong

There is a day for everything, but I could not let this one slip passed unnoticed. May 31 is NATIONAL SPEAK IN COMPLETE SENTENCES DAY. No really. It is. I'm not sure most people actually know what a complete sentence should look like. What parts it should contain. Most of the people with whom I … Continue reading NATIONAL SPEAK IN COMPLETE SENTENCES DAY – Marilyn Armstrong

HARRIET TUBMAN (1820 – 1913)

From Google, this is dedicated to Harriet Tubman, Activist, humanitarian, African-American abolitionist, humanitarian, and Union spy during the American Civil War. (See Wikipedia for more.) She was born in 1820 in Dorchester County, MD and died on March 10, 1913, in Auburn, NY. Married to Nelson Davis (1869-1888) and John Tubman (1844-1851), she had one daughter, Gertie Davies. She was the child of Harriet Greene and … Continue reading HARRIET TUBMAN (1820 – 1913)

Breaking News!

Garry Armstrong will be on NECN (New England Cable News) this evening, from 6PM to 6:15PM -- possibly a few minutes longer. NECN's Broadside With Jim Braude is a nightly news and analysis program carried in six states in New England. The subject is President Obama’s speech commemorating the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I … Continue reading Breaking News!

Serendipitous random post finder now available!

Courtesy of the fabulous Rarasaur, I now have a Serendipitous random post finder, which, when clicked will give you a totally random virtual time travel experience! Give it a try! You'll find it right above the search (Seek) box on the left side of this page. It's very cool and fun. The one in this post … Continue reading Serendipitous random post finder now available!