Being goofy and playing at the park with my grand-niece.
When I’m away from home, I miss Doug, my kids, my pets and my house/home.
My sister’s kitties have really made me feel welcome. They take some of the ache out of my heart of being away from home.
Dad was a radioman, rear gunner in a WW2 torpedo plane.
I’m starting to scan his photos he took from the back of the plane. He was part of the Pacific Campaign. You can see explosions below, and the wing of the plane.
Lover’s Point, Monterey Bay, with my dear sister Tracy—being goofy, having fun, doing our thing.
It’s just been one of those days, you know?
No sleep, a long day of work, and now that I’ve spent the last two hours watching demo reels from different aerial filming companies, I’ve given myself a bad case of vertigo. I’ve now run into several walls, a couch and the kitchen counter.
Pinballing My Way Through Life: the Sarah Samudre Story.
On an unrelated note…four months after this original posting…
This looks an awful lot like Chester, my mom’s dog.
Ha ha!!It does look like Chester!!
Trinity College Library, The Long Hall By Beth Kirby
We read five words on the first page of a really good novel and we begin to forget that we are reading printed words on a page; we begin to see images.
This is so very true. You actually step into the story. Thanks.
Tomorrow we’ve got Jack Bishop and Bridget Lancaster of America’s Test Kitchen here to give you cooking tips on turkey, stuffing, potatoes, pies (and more) for Thanksgiving!
We’ll shimmy for that.
This is today and this is the best.
You gotta love it!
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