Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Wacky Wednesday

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Thanks, Val:)

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

In Joy Or Sadness, Flowers~ K.Okakura



If you have a garden and a library you have everything you need.~Marcus Tulius Cicero



A weed is a plant that has mastered every survival skill except for learning how to grow in rows. ~Doug Larson



Garden as though you will live forever.~William Kent


Flowers are happy things~P.G. Wodehouse


I must have flowers, always, and always~Claude Monet



A garden to walk in and immensity to dream in--what more could he ask? A few flowers at his feet and above him the stars.~Victor Hugo, Les Miserables

Monday, June 26, 2017

Guy Plays Piano For His Rescued Cats




Thanks, Rye.


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And a big thank you to Robert for his lovely post. For those of you who love Sci Fi, there's even gift short story links for you.

Thanks to Lon Anderson for the follow.

If you've followed recently and I haven't mentioned it, let me know so I can give you a shout out.


Thursday, June 22, 2017

Thursday's Wink and a Nod

Today's Wink and a Nod recipient is Robert Bennett.
Robert is an amazing wordsmith.  He frequently has wonderful flash and short stories on his blog. He does both freelance writing and editing. If you haven't visited his blog and like horror and or sci-fi  you're in for a treat.

Wink, wink, Robert.

So many blogs, so little time.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Wacky Wednesday

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'Borrowed' from CJ
Thanks, Val.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Hidden Figures

Hidden Figures is about three African American women  mathematicians  and the  vital roles they played in the space program.  It was an amazing movie that carried an emotional punch on many levels.  I had no idea what problems NASA  faced to get the first American astronaut into the atmosphere.  Nor the day-to-day impact of segregation.
The intelligence of the three women the movie is based on leaves me in awe.  Katherine Johnson started high school at age ten, graduated at fourteen and graduated from West Virginia State College at age eighteen.  Mary Jackson and Dorothy Vaughan were also highly intelligent women who broke through the gender-color barrier.  I don't want to mention much more in case you haven't seen the movie.  But if you have seen it and are curious about how closely the movie followed the actual events, historyvshollywood did an interesting article on the film.

Highly recommended.