My Cousin Greg Towner posted this photo on his facebook page. Thanks Greg! Chatting with an Australian friend this morning, I mentioned this memorial and she asked if I could post it on my blog. It strikes me as humorous that I am a go-between two Australians, here literally on the other side of the world. Greg has written and published some … Continue reading Memorial to Aborigines, photo by my Cousin Greg
…just kidding! I know you guys are out there doing your respective activities and chores. It’s ME that has been absent for a long time. So now I’m back. No, it wasn’t you…its me. Stuff happening just one after another, and although I thought about writing some of it in the blog, usually forgot about it until the next Big Thing … Continue reading Hey…where is everybody?
There is nothing like the world “Library” to cheer me up. Here’s a great piece published in American Libraries Magazine recently. It has been 60 years since I spent time in a laundromat, but the experience comes back like a scary dream everytime I think about it. Front-Loading Literacy Continue reading Learn to read at the … laundromat?
Anyone interested in Measles needs to check out this article from CNN https://www.cnn.com/2019/03/07/health/measles-josh-nerius/ Continue reading Measles never was a joke, reblog
Now Spring is here no moment too soon we all deserve it this year ©Sometimes, 2019 Continue reading Spring…at last
Originally posted on SOMETIMES:
It’s been awhile since I published one of my Wordle attempts. MindLoveMiseryMenagerie regularly presents these Word-puzzles, in which a list of words is provided, to be crafted into a poem or other form of writing. This Wordle is #157. (*see word list below.) The Art of Flirting We have reached a stalemate…you and I in our playhouse… Continue reading The Art of clever conversation, a Wordle from MLMM
Some views of the front deck and the garage. Continue reading snowy days are here again
Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
It was Barb Taub that started me thinking, with her collection of gems learned over the years. One in particular I recognised and yet, on the five occasions when I have been rushed to hospital in an ambulance, all sirens wailing and my life or limbs in the balance, I can honestly say that no-one has ever… Continue reading Debunking Granny…
The first feature that fascinated me is the golden-hued appearance of the buildings in the background. Although born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, and having worked in the city and knew my way around in the 1950s, new construction and infrastructure has changed the city appearance so much that I am not able to discuss many details. (The city’s iconic Terminal Tower is seen from … Continue reading Lighting and Shadows in Cleveland
It’s that time of year again! This photo of me having one of the times of my life! Continue reading FROSTY RETURNS