This classic popped up on my MerryHoHoShuffle whilst writing notes to fly around the world in this dark time. It’ll grow lighter soon. We hope. Particularly this year, with all that’s going on in the world…a funny song about commonality found within a broken family seems more hopeful than ever. So mote it be, eh?… Read More Christians and Pagans
This is not The Duchess-approved but what I put up for Ace. It’s on the [safe] corner of my nook, right where he can guard it from bedbed. Doubt he cares but this was my mammy’s (has the person who threw it inscribed on bottom but I have no clue who that is and ya… Read More Today is the day Dutch makes us decorate for her
I hadn’t been given a pamphlet in years. They typically give a mint or tootsie roll along with be poppy when you donate in this area. Locally, it was still called Armistice Day when I was young. That could be because we were isolated and immigrants or just a local throw back. In the… Read More In Flanders Fields: Poppies
As an old lady, raised in Brigadoon, I bake by smell. I felt off yesterday but assigned blame to getting shit-faced at a bridal shower the day before that. As my mate Terri said multiple times, ‘Glug, glug, glug.’ -what does she know? She only takes wine at Mass Last night I was cold. I… Read More baking by smell
Look at that blue! 100% real, no filter. Whole lot going on, the old tv aerial, the MOON, one of the chimneys, electric wire that goes from the house to the old barn and 2 rooftops!
Had interview in Washington this AM. Bloke says, ‘Are you from Union or ACROSS THE RIVER?’ I rolled my eyes and said, ‘Certainly not across the river’ and we laughed. True story! I’m not from Union, either but it’s even funnier that he could tell from my accent that I was not. Washingtonian! Excuse me:… Read More colloquialism fun, Across the River