Six Word Saturday – May 9, 2020

Red roofs make maze…



Wordless Wednesday April 29, 2020

Six Word Saturday


Wind worked wonders; stones stand silent.

Wordless Wednesday (April 22, 2020)








In the Olden Days

Do you remember? This used to be normal. Only six months ago, we jostled against each other in crowds like this and thought nothing of it.

Last fall, my husband, our son, and I spent several weeks in central Europe, starting with a visit to the biggest temporary amusement park ever – Oktoberfest. It is, or it used to be, a place for crowds, and booths selling fun junk food, and crowds, and Ferris wheels plus every other ride you ever heard, of and crowds.

Also, various and assorted restaurants, and crowds, and big horses pulling big wagons loaded with big kegs full of beer for people to drink at the restaurants.

And crowds.

It was so normal. Yes, it was a special event, only a few weeks out of the whole year. But it was an event that had been going on for over two hundred years, and everybody who was there expected that it would happen again in 2020. And 2021. Now? Maybe it will happen.

Once this c*r*n*v*r*s is under control, we’ll have to figure out what “normal” is going to mean afterward. But right now, we just don’t know when or what normal is going to be.

Stay safe.


Wordless Wednesday Bike

Such a strange Easter

Social distancing, we call it now. Everybody’s tired of it, and everybody’s putting up with it.

As recently as six weeks ago, we didn’t imagine “attending” the Easter morning service by sitting in the living room watching a laptop, following along with a bulletin downloaded from the internet and printed on a home printer.

And then there used to be Easter egg hunts for children, back in the olden days. Remember Easter egg hunts? They didn’t happen this year, so instead my town held a bear hunt…people were asked to put teddy bears someplace where they could be seen from the street so that parents could walk or drive around with their kids and try to spot the bears.

He’s a very very tiny bear, but he was the only one in the house. And I’ll never know whether or not anybody spotted him.