The Women’s March on 21 January 2017 was only the second time that I have “marched in protest.” The first was in 2003 to protest the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
For many of the thousands (millions?) planning to march this week, this may be their first protest. These tips are written with novices in mind.
So wrote Leonard Cohen, in 1992. Cohen joked that his songs were long-lived like Volvos, and this classic could hardly be more timely.
The Monday following the election, I noticed a flash of pink in the northwest corner of our backyard. Our 10-year-old camellia had decided to bloom!
Presented here for anyone else whose dog might suffer from canine chronic inflammatory rhinitis (or acute rhinitis, which is Katie’s current state). Overview Rhinitis is an inflammation of the lining of the nose. This is an upper respiratory tract disease; the upper respiratory tract includes the nose, nasal passages, throat (pharynx), and windpipe (trachea). The […]
Amazon Prime streaming brought me Bob Dylan’s latest songbook, Fallen Angels. I flashed immediately to 1978 and Willie Nelson’s Stardust. I don’t know if Willie’s was the first cross-over standards treatment, but it was my first. Willie and Dylan (funny how I think of them, firstName, lastName) both come from the tortured-not-pretty-voice side of musical stardom. Both have […]