SOMEWHERE BETWEEN A WATERFALL AND A TRICKLE

Last week I watched and listened to a lecture about Agatha Christie. During the weekend I read a New York Times article about the author, Gayl Jones.* I thank Zoom and the New York Adventure Club for steering me to the Agatha Christie presentation, and I’m grateful to my sister Stephanie for sending me theContinue reading “SOMEWHERE BETWEEN A WATERFALL AND A TRICKLE”

PROPS TO WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

“The world is too much with us; late and soon…” Amen, Mr. Wordsworth! But if you thought your world was “too much with [you,]” consider this deck of cards: A Pandemic, hundreds of thousands of Americans refusing to be vaccinated as the Pandemic’s variant is in full bloom, an earthquake in the Western Hemisphere’s mostContinue reading “PROPS TO WILLIAM WORDSWORTH”