Snow, they say is coming.... First it was "2-3 inches ", Then 2-4,... 3-6. Now they say 5 to 9. But where is it? Not started yet. Not here anyway. Kind of wrinkly clouds. Maybe if they got a poke It would all come down. It's sort of like waiting for the visit of a … Continue reading Snow events
When my thoughts turn negative, it is always music that rescues me. In my early days on Long Island, my only chance to listen to what I liked, was when I was driving to work or school, and although I spent a lot of time commuting, I never minded because that was my alone time. … Continue reading Music anyone?
This is the first image that popped up this morning when I went looking for inspiration. I found the original the other day when I was looking for something, which I seem to do about 12 times a day. The picture takes me back, all the way to November, 1983. It was still Burma then. … Continue reading Warning… 😦 end…
While my brief audience with the SSA last Thursday may have been a waste of time, on the way home I saw something which changed the "flavor" of the day. As usual, Grant was driving, and as we cruised along route 372 between Greenwich and Cambridge, off to the right I spotted what I thought … Continue reading Sun halo
This morning I unwittingly disturbed some ladybirds that were trying to sleep in the groove of my sliding door. I was sweeping up some bird seed that inevitably finds it's way into everything it seems, including my bed at times! Poor ladybirds. I was horrified that I may have injured one. It's an unlikely place … Continue reading TOBY
For the past few weeks I have felt anxiety building up. It wasn't overwhelming, but certainly something was amiss. I decided it must be related to an appointment I had on January 9th with our government friends at the Social Security Administration. Ah, government bureaucracy. Don't you love it? No. When you retire, the amount … Continue reading IT'S THE LAW!
Unit Terminal Building, JFK. That's what the British Airways terminal was known as, in the building stages. I believe it was Terminal 5, initially, but as other terminals were constructed, it became Terminal 7. Personally, I wouldn't have called it a thing of beauty. It was a great solid block of concrete, inside as well … Continue reading UTB JFK