I'm trying to work around a potential migraine. It's time to do something different. Do you realize tomorrow is Monday? I don't care. Do you? This is a daily ritual, as is cat stacking. Gizzie doesn't. I'll be back when this goes away.
This is the house in which we lived in Des Plaines, Illinois when I first hit school age in 1957. It was about 1,500 square feet with a bit of a yard and attached garage. Daddy worked for Ladendorf Motors back then. This house may have cost $15,000. It was actually sided, not brick at … Continue reading Our Illinois House
The Lisle family and its corporation impacted us from a personal point of view. This happened to very few people. Gong-Gong was a family friend first, I think. She and Edwin Sr's wife Edith Crane Lisle were longtime companions after Ed died in 1936. This friendship started well before we used to call her Aunt … Continue reading The Effect of Family Friends
I think the moon hiccuped or something. I was startled out of sleep at about 2 a.m. What? Where am I? Is it time to get up? Where are the 4-legged timekeepers? I couldn't go back to sleep right away, because now my brain was in gear. It was time to think about blogging ideas. … Continue reading The Shifting Night
It came half an hour ago. There are all these things you have to do to set it up properly. I'm trying not to laugh as my husband mumbles and swears his way through it. Nevermind I looked up the instructions. He needs his friend Jeremy to help him figure it out. He's such a … Continue reading The Oculus