Since I need to distract myself from the news, I’m delving into medical remedies from history. Some of the treatments people thought would work are downright silly.
When I let Louie out this morning, the birds were singing.
I decided that sharing some of the wonder of birds with you was a perfect idea!
It’s nice to know that even in stressful times words — free and abundant– have the power to turn our thoughts to happier ones.
Middle grade fantasy and science fiction is my sweet spot. I could compile long lists!
Like my chocolate consumption, I’m trying to keep things under control.
Do you want to travel to the most difficult places to visit on earth?
In this day and age, I figured we could hop a plane to get anywhere.
I was wrong…
Which would you choose? Diamonds, right? Well, maybe this needs rethinking.
Meteor showers are magical and mystical. Sighting meteor showers in 2019? I failed miserably.
Oh, do I mean uncontrolled blazes spurred by wind and dry underbrush, traveling at up to fourteen miles an hour? That’s a four-minute mile. Usain Bolt would live. So would a cheetah. But the garden snails and I would be crispy critters.
Does your dog have big, soulful eyes? There’s a reason why!
I love fireworks! Ever wonder how they work? With chemical compounds! Let’s look into why they glow in different colors.
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