A midday diversion for you (the bees’ knees!). . . Continue reading “Matinee Idle (Vol. 1, No. 58)”
Our theater of seasons
Al B of Hartland: “A lone Canada goose flew overhead, honk-a-lonking at a good goose speed. Its head turned from side-to-side. I hoped it would find whatever it was searching for.
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Gee, our old La Salle ran great!
Allie Down by the River: “Subject: Nice weather, and remembering Grandma’s Cabin. Waxing nostalgic? Am I allowed to be nostalgic at 37? [Bulletin Board says: Certainly!]
A predator-vs.-prey midday diversion for you . . . Continue reading “Matinee Idle (Vol. 1, No. 56)”
Life in the Sirius Economy
Or: The highfalutin frustrations
Twitty of Como reports: “The last few vehicles I’ve owned came with Sirius radio, an option which I’ve kept because I travel and I like being able to listen to the same radio stations no matter where I am: no more fading signals or searching for a decent station.
A midday diversion for you, from a century ago . . .