Here’s another entry for this week’s Photo Challenge: Split Second. This street performer deserved every dollar he earned today!
This week my theme will be “Blog Your Block”, inspired by the Monday Weekly Writing Challenge. It’s Monday morning and for once, we’re not rushing through the door to catch […]
This week’s photo challenge is “On the Move.” Walking, sailing, driving, we’re always on the move!
This week’s Daily Post Photo Challenge invited us to display our images of Spring. Because I live in the land-that-summer-forgot, once the sun peeks out everyone gets outside. Spring brings […]
I am a night owl. It’s been a perennial source of problems in my life. To start with, as a child, I always went to bed late. That meant being tired […]
This is in response to the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Monument. I live in the very center of the site of the American Revolution of 1775. I took these shots […]
Labrish = gossip, chit-chat. Everyone who has lived in Jamaica or who hangs around Jamaicans will notice that we speak in a corrupt form of English when we are among ourselves. It’s a dialect derived from a combination of Irish, English, and West African words and accents. There is no […]
On the interview show, Inside the Actors Studio, host James Lipton asks each of his guests the same ten questions. Here are my responses to these questions: What is your favorite word? – Syzygy – from the Latin “syzygia” meaning “conjunction” and the Greek “syzygos” meaning “yoked together”. In astronomical terms, it’s the nearly straight-line […]
“Never lose an opportunity for seeing something beautiful.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson On a walking trail the other day, I encountered some tree fungi and mushrooms growing in the forest. I am no mushroom expert, but I thought they looked interesting and took some pictures. I just thought it was fascinating they […]
I took these pictures in Ottawa, Canada on a recent trip there. This is part of the Canadian War Memorial.
There are many times when I wish I were still single and child-free, without the many responsibilities that accompany adulthood. To erase the last 15 years of my life would signify returning to a period when I was reponsible for my actions alone, and not the precious lives of my two yet […]
To me, Canadian Mounties scream “FOREIGN!” Maybe because I’m not Canadian…?