West School Et al. – #ThursdayDoors

For the past two weeks, I’ve been sharing doors from the towns of Lexington and Burlington, Massachusetts. As you might expect, I took pictures of more doors than I shared. Accordingly, I have some leftovers to share today. The door I chose to feature is the West School in Burlington. Originally one of four one-room... Continue Reading →

tolstoy , joyce , ezra , & others

Dan, the other Dan. The west coast Dan, speaking on the subject of literature. Hey, he used to be a teacher, so…

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Tolstoy , at least , I can understand . He didn’t like Shakespeare much , I guess , and that gives him a few points  in my book . Shakespeare I can understand , too , mostly . It’s not his fault that he lived so long ago . That is  , before the world spoke American . Shakespeare’s  not as bad as that guy  G . Chaucer , who wrote great stuff albeit indecipherably . He calls , after all , a daisy a ‘day’s eye’ , for Pete’s sake !

James Joyce ! Now there was a writer’s  writers’  writer !  There’s a guy who knows his letters . And his  words . His words , for sure , made up and designed for intellectual impact ,  I guess . And he’s Irish , too . That gives him a few extra points in my book . But…

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Burlington Doors – #ThursdayDoors

Perhaps that should include “Part-II” since I think I’ve posted doors from Burlington, MA before, but who’s counting? The meetings I attended the week I captured the Lexington doors were held in the Burlington Marriott. The rationale for that, in case you’re interested, is that they give us the easiest option to handle price. We... Continue Reading →

Who Doesn’t Like Harry? – #SoCS

It’s time to visit the bar in conjunction with Linda G. Hill’s Stream of Consciousness Saturday prompt. Today, Linda is offering bonus points: “Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is ‘ends with -ly.’ Start your post with any adverb that ends in ‘-ly.’ Bonus points if you end with an adverb too. Have... Continue Reading →

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