MY RECENT POSTS
- Oh How the Mighty have Fallen!
October 27, 2014 12:21AM
- My Baby's Back Home!
October 24, 2014 05:52PM
- TERRORIST ATTACKS IN CANADA!
October 22, 2014 11:39AM
- Take a Hike? Oh, okay.
October 20, 2014 02:23AM
- Looking for Like in all the
October 11, 2014 08:38PM
MY RECENT COMMENTS
- “Did you see this post?
(spaces added to make OS print
October 29, 2014 12:48PM
- “Um, I'm not sure it's
okay for parents to teach
October 29, 2014 12:39PM
- “Well, I'm gonna sleep
marvel at the fact that all
kinds of m…”
October 29, 2014 02:32AM
October 28, 2014 03:29PM
- “Just Thinking - will do!
They're so lovely! (In the
I have got a
October 28, 2014 03:27PM
My friend/handyman/neighbor Frank had a litter of puppies recently. Didn't mean to. A couple of his dogs got cozy. He already had 20 or so dogs and he does dog-racing in the winter. Seems like as lot of trouble and dogs for three short races in the… Read full post »
Linda posted about the finds at her local thrift shop and put up some pictures. Yesterday was my stint at volunteering at our local thrift shop - which is the "Re-use Centre" at our local country dump. It's a Free Store.
While working there yesterday I picked up… Read full post »
"So," I said to the young man who's been helping me this summer, as I delivered him home (he usually bikes it, but today he brought a chainsaw), "I'm not the only person in the area who builds strange constructions." He sort of snickered as he agreed. (He's… Read full post »
So my friend emailed me to say the Water Buffalo Food Festival was today - oops, sorry for late notice. Come next year, and sleep over. S'okay, I wouldn't have gone unless someone went with me - bit of a drive,
Yeah, I know, awful title. But it was either that or Canada Goes to Pot, which is too motheaten. (High moths - contemplate.)
I suppose I could have gone with a Serious title. Hrrumph, or such.
Can't see a way to send you a PM.
Given the outpouring of love and sorrow about Sirenita, a wonderful demonstration of our community here, how about - if not the entire cover - featuring a few posts that have been put up for her and her thank-you post. … Read full post »
I have another RL friend, who is in a similar situation. She is taking it gracefully too, and when I visted she said her motto is "Every day is brilliant." A group of us did a ritual for her at the Full Moon on Monday and sang this chant. It's… Read full post »
So I'm reading about how J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series, has been unveiled as Robert Galbraith, author of the crime novel, The Cuckoo Calling.
I found the Potter books unreadable (and the movies unwatchable)...tho I did feel a few pangs about not having had… Read full post »
From foregoing news article:
In the last year Canada has seen mayors slapped with corruption accusations and gangsterism charges. One wa… Read full post »
National Sheriff’s Association Releases Statement on Florida Neighborhood Watch Tragedy
"The alleged action of a “self-appointed neighborhood watchman” last month in Sanford, FL significantly cont… Read full post »
Francophone nationalists got voted into power in Quebec's last election and have busily set about fighting incursions of English language into the French province.
Bilingual signs are still permitted in commercial establishments, but the French lettering has to be three times larger than that… Read full post »
Four species of aliens, including the Tall Whites (no, not snowbacks from Scandinavia) who are working hand-in-hand w. some elements of the U.S. govt. to establish an evial One World Government.
Interesting how the clip is standard craziness until the end when it turns into a sane and compassi… Read full post »
Couple weeks ago I did a post about how while visiting Seattle with my younger daughter she realized she'd left one of her pill bottles behind and how I found our dealings with a local hospital to be bit pricey, but all in all okay. Drug store wouldn't… Read full post »
Okay, not really. It's just that I kept thinking that. It was suggested that we close our eyes, listen, and meditate in whatever way we do it, and evidently that's how I do it.
I was at a crystal bowl concert. That's BOWL, not ball. And… Read full post »
The indigenous people have been very active lately. The federal government passed some legislation that removed protection from a lot of waterways, opening the way for mining and oil that will pollute. Also, I gather, opening indigenous land to outsiders to go i… Read full post »
I was in Montreal over the weekend and my friend and I did some shopping - to an Italian supermarket (yummy pictures tomorrow), then to a music store (we're thinking of setting up our own small amateur recording studio, gods help us), and finally to a… Read full post »
Some people think that any
restrictions on how they say things is an infringement of their
rights. (Note – the first amendment has to do only with
preventing the government from curtailing your freedom of
expression [tho of course it does so every day; otherwise Occupy
would be occupying, for
… Read full post »
Mt. Etna is erupting.
I was there a few years ago. The volcano was dormant at the time. We got there with some difficulty (hint: when an Italian road sign on the right-hand side of the road points left, it may be pointing at the… Read full post »
There was a Toronto newspaper article yesterday about the appearance on city streets of knitted/crocheted 'graffitti' - "little bursts of welcome colour in a drab wintery streetscape".
What was the knitter’s intent? Perhaps it was simply whimsy, a chance to make s… Read full post »
Scalia has the power to rewrite the rules for who participates in American democracy and those decisions could last for decades—until Congress or another Supreme Court majority reverses them.
That's what's scary. It's not just anothe… Read full post »
Linda organized a Necromancer show and dinner at the Seccaspina family-owned hotel. Here's my daughter Laura entering:
The hotel has quite a history. It was built in 1872 and called the Mississippi Hotel because the Mississippi river is close by. No, not THE Missis… Read full post »