Photo Memory of the Week
Quote of the Week
“There’s just gotta be a place up ahead where men ain’t low-down and poker’s played fair. If there weren’t, what are all the songs about? I’ll see y’all there and we can sing together, and shake our heads over all the meanness in the Used-To-Be.”
The last words of Buster Scruggs as he approaches heaven with his harp and the duet fades out, in The Ballad of Buster Scruggs.
Source: John Robson's Words Worth Noting
Posted: 2023 Jun 03
Lighting a Candle
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Music of the Week
Posted: 2023 Jun 03
Tweet of the Week
It is #IndigneousHistoryMonth and this is the story of Hiawatha, the man who co-founded the Iroquois Confederacy.
It is not known when Hiawatha was born, but it is believed to be between 1300-1400 CE.
After a youth spent in violence, he met Deganawida, The Peacemaker.
— Craig Baird - Canadian History Ehx (@CraigBaird) June 2, 2023
Tag Archives: Family
My Whole Life
I am a one-kid illustration for glump. glump: to look glum: FROWN Sitting at the bottom of the stairs that lead up to the half of our storey-and-a-half house in Edmonton, my head hangs, my shoulders slump. Can you blame … Continue reading
Posted in Feeling Clearly, Laughing Frequently, Mortality, New Perspectives Tagged Aging, Attitudes, Family 8 Comments
Plus ca change? Maybe. Continue reading
Posted in Relationships and Behaviour, Thinking Broadly Tagged Community, Family 8 Comments
Remember when? Continue reading
Posted in Feeling Clearly, Mortality, Photos of Flora Tagged Aging, Family 10 Comments
The Post of Christmas Past
A curated selection of previous Christmas-themed posts. Continue reading
Posted in Appreciating Deeply, Feeling Clearly, Laughing Frequently Tagged Christmas, Family 4 Comments
This just in! Continue reading
Posted in Appreciating Deeply, Feeling Clearly, Through History Tagged Christmas, Family 10 Comments
Surely some revelation is at hand. Continue reading
Posted in Appreciating Deeply, Feeling Clearly, Through the Calendar Tagged Christmas, Culture, Family 12 Comments
Thanks for the Memories
Where would we be without red cabbage? And a sense of smell? Continue reading
Posted in Appreciating Deeply, Feeling Clearly Tagged Family, Food & Drink 6 Comments
Diversity and unity. Continue reading
Posted in Appreciating Deeply, Feeling Clearly Tagged Community, Family 12 Comments
One Summer Day
New and yet not. Continue reading
Posted in Appreciating Deeply, Feeling Clearly Tagged Aging, Family, Miscellany 22 Comments