Maybe the idea was in the back of my mind, but I've wasted a good portion of the day (which I could not afford to do) opening and closing web pages on getting more tree and plant ideas (which I can't afford to buy right now, anyway). I suppose going out and placing landscaping barrier … Continue reading After all this time, I hadn’t figured out what I really wanted to do with my planting. Then I saw this…
I made myself a promise for Valentines Day (which was forgotten due to certain, more important events). I promised that I'd stop looking at myself and just shrugging my shoulders, believing I'm incapable of changing anything about myself. Well, my promise was to take care of me without spending a fortune doing it. To get … Continue reading Testing tea on age, health in other ways: an experiment because I’m tired of staring at my prematurely gray hair.
My Copy: 9780451531988 (image from amazon.com) From the bloody violence of Titus yesterday comes a story of ridiculous love story and play for Valentine's Day (that was a coincidence, by the way, I just finished it last night). Anyway, Cyrano de Bergerac is the story of a master wordsmith and poet who is a gallant champion … Continue reading Cyrano de Bergerac, by Edmond Rostand
I was driving home last night and thumbed through my iPod, trying to keep myself going even though my head was splitting. And there it was. Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven." And I listened to it. I always listen to it. There's something about this song. I don't know what it is, but it's a … Continue reading #049–Why is “Stairway to Heaven” THAT song–THE rock song many can’t ignore or stop listening to?