Have you seen the commercials for the fall television lineup? If not, you’re either not watching TV or taking breaks during commercials. I confess that during the first couple of weeks of the fall season, I watch more prime time TV than normal. I like to choose my favorites for the season.
Food and Feelings - Last night, before I sat down to read, I fixed myself a cup of GoGoGoji tea. My daughter, Nikki, bought a set of hand-painted oriental tea cups, complete with steepers and saucers, for me for my birthday. She bought some Earl Grey tea and the afore-mentioned GoGoGoj
As I write this, September 11th, 2011 has drawn to a relatively uneventful close. Uneventful, that is, outside of the pair of flights that were escorted into their terminals as a precautionary measure. I am sure I’m not the only one who almost expected something of terroristic significance to o
My eight pink ‘surprise lily’ blooms are fading. For the past few years, I have enjoyed a surprise lily blooming in my back yard. When Larry and I added a row of plants to our back yard, we didn’t know we had one of these unique lilies until it bloomed.
Note To Self - Words have always been a big deal to me. The written word has an impact on me that not even music can rival. I have a file that is labeled Pieces of Paper, because that is exactly what it is.
Slowing down Frankfort’s redistricting march offers collateral benefits for voters and taxpayers.