https://thedailyspur.wordpress.com/2021/02/26/chocolate-2/ Some of my best memories of summer camp, in 1967, are of unscheduled events. This, perhaps, is my best memory:There was a row of three senior girls' bunks. A girl from one of the bunks had a little electric teapot. Every afternoon, at rest period, we would relax on the lawn in front of … Continue reading Summer Camp and “All-Of-A-Kind Family” (Old Blog Post From 2011, Slightly Edited)
[Originally posted in 2015] I recently borrowed "Ladies, Please Come To Order," by Peggy Cameron King, (published in 1968) from openlibrary.org. It won't be on my book list, however, because I don't intend to finish it. I found certain parts too annoying.This paragraph in the chapter called "A Very Select Membership" especially irritated me. (My … Continue reading A Book I Didn’t Finish (Old Post, Retitled
I opened a can of cat food, and Winky stood up and spread his front paws as if he were dancing, and meowed as if he were singing. You'd have thought he was auditioning for a cat food commercial! LOL!
I've been blogging for lo, these many years, and I've had a plethora of blogs, including an incognito blog. That one was SO MUCH fun, but unfortunately I lost access to it when my old computer and I both experienced some health issues. Only one of us survived; I'm sure you can guess which one! … Continue reading You May Already Know Me
I've loved the following essay since I came across a condensed version of it over thirty years ago. "A person can never get true greatness by trying for it. You get it when you're not looking for it. It's nice to have good clothes—it makes it a lot easier to act decent—but it is a sign … Continue reading A Piece Of Writing I’ve Loved For Years [Old blog post]