Musings

19 Mar 19
A mumbler's musings

The Man Who Knew Too Little is a spoof spy movie from the end of the twentieth century starring amongst others Alfred Molina as a Russian spy called Boris.  The farcical actions of the lead characters continue unabated throughout the film with countless unfortunate casualties and narrowly escaped disasters.  The film has an all star cast […]

19 Mar 19
Connie's Musings

Early January 2002, finds our agency moving to an upstairs location. The rent is cheaper, but it would mean no more walk-in clients. Michelle continues to make travel arrangements for her French clientele and I continue to look out the window. Nice view from the 4th floor location, but I wasn’t being very productive; not […]

19 Mar 19
Engaging Musings

AP Source: Washington Capitals will visit White House on Monday to celebrate their Stanley Cup championship from Local News https://www.wbal.com/article/378773/124/cup-champion-capitals-to-visit-white-house via WBAL

19 Mar 19
noises & nonsense.

Welcome to the newest edition of the Noises and Nonsense notepad.  A quick, and sometimes not so quick rundown of some stuff we’ve seen, listened to, read, bought, ate, possibly some other shit in between and we’ll post it from time to time.  Where Is My Mind Most Americans spent this last weekend, St. Patrick’s […]

19 Mar 19
Engaging Musings

It follows questions over Mayor Catherine Pugh having a contract with the hospital system while sitting on its board. from Local News https://www.wbal.com/article/378795/124/two-more-umms-board-members-resign-in-controversy-over-financial-dealings-with-hospital-system via WBAL

19 Mar 19
Treeshallow Musings

I walked away. I did. I failed to see the strings still attached, the cable wired to my head to replay the days during the days during the days. The smell, the ichor from inside clinging to me, polluting my thought process so I cannot build the pathways forward. I have to sever this connection, […]

19 Mar 19
Musings of a Dog Mom

Today is my husband’s birthday, and part of his present every year (besides being married to someone awesome like me 😉) is that I make him whatever he wants for dinner. This year, he chose his favorite pasta recipe. I started making this recipe years ago when I could still eat dairy without being miserable […]

19 Mar 19
The Musings of a Recluse

Note: My music reviews will always be “late.” It is my belief that albums should be listened to in different moods, settings, and after extended breaks, all while conditioning yourself to accept what you were given as opposed to what you wanted. Only then can you give a legitimate and honest critique of the material. When […]

19 Mar 19
Memories & Musings

I’ve been very hesitant to start this blog. After a few failed attempts, I thought I would give it a go. I’m not sure who – if anyone in fact – will stumble over my little piece of the internet but here I am! I guess I should tell you a little about myself. I’m […]

19 Mar 19
Curiouser and Curiouser

Obligatory spring mood music. Every year, I start feeling those familiar stirrings of the season and I (probably) go a little overboard. I plant a bunch of stuff in a frenzy of hope.. though only mint, morning glories, and roses seem to be able to survive, year over year. Thanks to last year’s courtyard makeover, […]

19 Mar 19
truanthoughts

It’s as if I hit the ‘unpause’ button earlier, when I left the island at around lunchtime yesterday. A profound emotion washed over me, as if I had set aside most things because I was in a veritable ‘Neverland’ where what mattered was just serving the community and how much I could surf. All feelings […]

19 Mar 19
Musings of an Addict

On parenting… “If you don’t tell your children, their peers will tell them the way to go. If it’s not their peers, now you are really in trouble, their professors’ gonna tell them. What are they gonna tell them? 99% of the professors out there are godless and they are going to tell them the […]

19 Mar 19
Boldly Stumbling Forward

I like to think that I am very clever. Sometimes I am. Other times, I swear I couldn’t pour water out of a boot if the instructions were written on the sole…

19 Mar 19
Russia News Now

Latin America’s largest country to enter NATO? President Trump actually broached the unlikely scenario during a press conference after meeting with populist far right Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro — dubbed by the Media as the ‘Brazilian Donald Trump’ — at the White House on Monday.  During the remarks President Trump said he intends to designate Brazil as a non-NATO ally […]

19 Mar 19
Revolutionary Musings

I need unplug from this digital whirlwind and get back to living, I need to feel the warmth of the sun of my back, the wind tickling my skin, the sound of the birds provide the soundtrack, this music makes my heart skip a beat, the grass and sky with highlighted greens and blues, nature […]