For Fandango’s Flashback Friday, September 10th

https://fivedotoh.com/2021/09/10/fandangos-flashback-friday-september-10th/ I originally posted this ten years ago on one of my old blogs. Ordinary Things, Not An Ordinary Day Tomorrow is the 10th anniversary of 9/11. That morning, I was warming up some biscuits. This was such a normal, ordinary thing for me to do. So was turning on the radio, but that day, … Continue reading For Fandango’s Flashback Friday, September 10th

Summer Camp and “All-Of-A-Kind Family” (Old Blog Post From 2011, Slightly Edited)

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)

A Book I Didn’t Finish (Old Post, Retitled

[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