A mossy midday diversion, for you . . . Continue reading “Matinee Idle (Vol. 1, No. 119)”
Fun facts to know and tell (Genealogy Division)
Or: What’s in a not-name?
Kathy S. of St. Paul writes: “Subject: Baby Girl.
A wanderlustful midday diversion for you, on this Friday afternoon . . . Continue reading “Matinee Idle (Vol. 1, No. 118)”
Keeping your eyes open
Twitty of Como reports: “Subject: The world around us. Continue reading “The sawdust was flying over by the band saw. Must be some critter. A mouse? A chipmunk?”
Today’s midday diversion is the first Papal TED Talk . . . Continue reading “Matinee Idle (Vol. 1, No. 117)”
Our birds, ourselves
Ask Al B Division
Scott from Eagan writes: “Subject: Why a Duck (Al B Division)? [Bulletin Board notes, in case you’ve forgotten or never knew: Al B is Al B of Hartland, our Official Ornithologist.] Continue reading “When the homeowners are away, the wood ducks will play? And what else? And then what?”
You can’t worm your way out of today’s midday diversion! Continue reading “Matinee Idle (Vol. 1, No. 116)”