Breaking news about the problems relocating the NO residents from “Edwards Village”:
The challenge for state officials and volunteers helping those who want to stay in Massachusetts is coordinating housing with employment opportunities and transportation.
Gee, when did those geniuses figure THAT out?
Continue reading No S*, Sherlock
Last week, I finally edged the garden in front of the fence, and put in some cocoa shell mulch to finish it off.
Yesterday, I noticed the mulch had a fibrous white mold, some cause for concern since I don’t want to encourage parasites.
Continue reading Gardener’s Diary
No, this is not a sermonette about callous “Haves” ignoring needy “Have-nots”: it’s about a house, specifically #11 on the more rural side of town.
Continue reading Are We the Only Ones Who Cared?
Or maybe I’m the one who’s unclear.
Given the problems the Bush Administration has had recently from betting on the wrong horse, one would think that today’s indictment of former House majority leader Tom DeLay would warrant only a lukewarm reaction from the White House.
Continue reading Unclear on the Concept
Check out this story in the Boston Globe.
Continue reading Mondo Bizzarro
An article about an adoptee named Herman Dale Ashworth who was executed this morning in Ohio for murdering another man for $40 eventually led me to this website.
Geese overhead, first acorns on the ground, goldenrod everywhere, farmstands beautifully decorated with pumpkins, cornstalks and mums – we made it through summer, to the season we love the best.
Continue reading It’s Fall
Kate Winslet’s AMEX commercial is one of the cleverest celebrity endorsements ever, a recounting of melodramatic episodes from her various films. Her fans figured out which films she’s referring to:
It was inevitable, I guess: you and me, the taxpayers, are being sued by one of the Louisiana evacuees who we have housed, fed and clothed this past month at Camp Edwards.
Continue reading No Good Deed Goes Unpunished
Good for Joe Scarborough of MSNBC for ripping off the sanctimonious shrouds of FEMA and the Red Cross.
Mr. Scarborough’s September 13 column recounts two incidents in which civilians like himself were turned away by so-called relief agencies when they tried to help some of the Katrina evacuees.
Continue reading Telling It LIke It Is