In anticipation of the upcoming solar eclipse on Monday, the 21st of August, much to-do can be found everywhere with regards to protecting one’s eyes during the event, no matter where a person views the celestial extravaganza. At my particular … Continue reading
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Is poison ivy a weed? It surely is unwanted and definitely not for smoking. Thank goodness for air-conditioning. The summer that never quit lingers well into September. A mini-heat wave prevails in the Philly region, although today we’re at the … Continue reading
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I’ve been busy writing a short story called “The Final Curtain Call”: a harrowing tale about an aging rock star’s final performance on a highly successful tour, promoting his and his band’s latest record album; replete with the unexpected events … Continue reading
Aside from what most have said about keys, wallet, cell phone, shoes, etc, I grab my glasses and camera.