A midday diversion, remembering when the skies were friendly . . . Continue reading “Matinee Idle (Vol. 1, No. 111)”
Life as we know it (responsorial)
Wednesday email from Susan S: “I enjoyed Al B‘s lovely piece today and connected on many levels.
Birds and music in today’s midday diversion . . . Continue reading “Matinee Idle (Vol. 1, No. 110)”
Life as we know it
Al B of Hartland writes: “My hometown is centrally located, as long as you live near it.
A Medieval midday diversion for you . . .
Wayne Nelson of Forest Lake writes: “I don’t know if you could/would publish this or not, but I will send it to you anyway.”
BULLETIN BOARD SAYS: Yah, sure, yew betcha we could/would publish it!
THE LATEST AIR SERVICE IN MINNESOTA: Continue reading “Lookin’ for da friendly skies? You could do a whole lot vurse dan Lutran Air!”
A heart-to-heart midday diversion, starring one of the Twins’ all-time greatest . . . Continue reading “Matinee Idle (Vol. 1, No. 108)”