Fandango’s Provocative Question #63 is a very relevant one: When we finally get through this COVID-19 pandemic at some point in the future, do you think the world is going to change from what is was like before anyone ever heard of coronavirus? Or will things quickly return to “business as usual”? I am not […]Read More FPQ: What Will Be Our Post-COVID-19 World?
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FOWC with Fandango — Escape A lot of my post this morning are quotes from “The Washington Post.” Why, you might ask, since I’m a born and bred New Yorker living in New England and Boston for more than 30 years, would I read “The Post” rather…
There’s a Guy Called Bloke who twice a week dreams up a series of weird or far-out questions meant to stretch the mind. The topic for these particular questions is Creativity. Consider my mind stretched, Bloke! Here goes: What is creativity? The ability to create, invent or imagine something new or in new ways. There […]Read More Question Fun or Fun Questions?
Yesterday’s news items: Manafort found guilty on 8 counts. Cohen pleads guilty to 8 charges, implicates president in two of them. I decided to share some of the memes being shared on social media (because they’re clever and say it better than I can). These are my favorites so far.Read More Today Is Brought to You by the Number 8
I don’t normally blog about politics, but I just have to say that Trump’s policy of separating children from their families at the border is reprehensible. It amounts to no more than unnecessary cruelty and smacks of racism. Yesterday Trump* said that if we are “weak”, millions will flood over the border. He also said […]Read More I Just Have to Say This (Short Rant)
January 20, 2018 I’m always amazed at the cleverness of the signs at protest rallies and marches. I went to the Women’s March in Chicago again this year with my husband, and we met up with some friends from the western suburbs. I had planned to make a sign this year but due to circumstances […]Read More Women’s March Chicago 2018
Frank Jansen at Dutch Goes the Photo! has a weekly Tuesday Photo Challenge. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. provided the inspiration for a concert I attended last weekend by Chicago Sinfonietta, an orchestra which celebrates diversity and aims to redefine classical music to attract a wider audience. The orchestra always has some sort of activity […]Read More Tuesday Photo Challenge: Messages of Faith, Love, and Joy