I am an Anarchy Rhymer Storyteller

I am an Anarchy Rhymer Storyteller

Aristotle was an ancient and worthy sage. He produced our modern definition of story, “A whole [story] is what has a beginning and middle and end.” Around 335 B.C. he closeted himself with several armloads of theater scripts and produced an analysis of why/how plays,...
Aphasia is not an April Fool Trick

Aphasia is not an April Fool Trick

As you may recall, Constant Reader, this is a Boomer blog, though my posts aren’t always humorous. Nor the posts confined to Boomer issues. But today’s blog is. Today’s topic may be a concern for you… maybe not, but it certainly is for me....
Hummingbird Haven

Hummingbird Haven

My husband and I vividly recall when nature flew into our home. Actually it’s happened four times. Because splendid sunshine, coupled with onshore breezes, are a staple in our SoCal lives. Thus, we leave the top portion of our Dutch door open throughout the day....
The Ubiquitous Buzz of the Neighborhood

The Ubiquitous Buzz of the Neighborhood

Ah, Spring has sprung! Rains have rained and the grass has grown – ’tis the season for the buzz of noisy lawn crews in southern CA! Including ours, I must say. On any given day some homeowner in our small, secluded neighborhood has a yard crew at work. No...