Here’s the thing about One Liner Wednesday – if you plan on skipping the prompt, life will hand you a one-liner that you can’t resist. I was going to take today off. Then yesterday, as I was waiting for a friend outside a restaurant, a Parking Enforcement Officer and not one, but two parking scofflaws... Continue Reading →
Did you know Teagan started a new serial on Saturday? She did, and you can get on board The Delta Pearl with us and see where this riverboat is going to sail.
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Saturday, July 27, 2019
A New Serial Begins!
The Delta Pearl book cover created by Teagan R. Geneviene
Welcome, my chuckaboos! If you are new around here, “chuckaboo” is what the Victorians called a dear friend.
Changes abound! Those of you who visited my midweek post already know I’ve changed things. If not, then you see that I’ve redecorated my sanctuary. After many years of the same blog-look, I decided to use the steampunk banner to reflect the new serial.
Another change. In the race between Cornelis Drebbel’s submarine and the Delta Pearl, the riverboat won the voting poll. The new serial starts today!
Some things didn’t change. Wait, there’s more good news. Dan Antion, who illustrated Brother Love, is letting me use his photographs for The Delta Pearl! Although because it is a steampunk story, I will have to use other illustrations as well…
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As you know, I’ve been taking a break of sorts, by posting some pictures and a minimal amount of text on Mondays this summer. That practice is going to continue, but the break-like behavior is going to expand in August. I know, it’s still July, but you know, August. The level of activity, at work... Continue Reading →
It’s time again for the crew at No Facilities Bar to…, uh oh, I don’t see Cheryl, that can’t be good. Anyway, Linda G. Hill has given us what seems to be a straightforward Stream of Consciousness Saturday prompt: “Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is ‘clean/dirty.’ Use one, use both, use ’em... Continue Reading →
When I saw the article I am sharing today, I thought it was going to be about bees, and the problems facing bees – AND, I thought I knew something about this problem. After all, I’ve been reading about the problems/crisis facing bees for years. However, I did not know what a Solitary Bee was.... Continue Reading →
I’ve been tossing several doors aside each week for almost a month. Sooner or later, I either need to use them or I forget where they are. I’ve been swamped at work this week, so it seems like a good day to use them. I’ve done my best to tell the story in the captions.... Continue Reading →
Over the course of 42 years in business, I can’t begin to estimate how many sales calls-emails-faxes I’ve received, not to mention the random people who still just show up at the front door with their, “I’m in the building visiting another client…” spiel. I get it, they are in sales and this is what... Continue Reading →
I haven't been writing much on Mondays this summer, and I don't plan to write much today. When I was reading Pam's (Butterfly Sand) post about choices, it occurred to me that most of the pictures I am sharing today were taken from Great River Park. I've mentioned before, that I discovered this park many... Continue Reading →
It’s a sweltering Saturday here in Connecticut, but we’re going to cool off at the bar while we try to incorporate Linda G. Hill’s Stream of Consciousness Saturday prompt into our conversation. Linda has given us: “Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is ‘frame.’ Use it as a noun or a verb or... Continue Reading →