Browsing All posts tagged under »Thanksgiving«

Happy Thanksgiving

November 19, 2012


Everybody’s coming or going this week.  There is a very good possibility of excellent treats.  Whether you will be Around Here or Away, going off over the river and through the woods or welcoming the relatives to your house, we wish you a fine, peaceful holiday. Babs Young writes:  This time of day is probably […]

Donkey-patting Philistines and notions of beauty

November 29, 2009


Whenever I go to Detroit I like to go adventuring with my cousin Craig. I let him pick the adventure. He keeps up better. This time we visited the Detroit Institute of Arts to see the Richard Avedon retrospective. As you might guess, haute couture is not a big priority at the Writing Studio and […]

Katherine’s chickadee

November 25, 2009


I’ve been watching little patches of blue float past and thinking how the little patches of sunlight that follow them cheer me right up. Then I opened my email. Katherine’s been watching the birds outside her window and musing about the spelling of gray—or grey. So. Black and white photo. Shades of gray, or grey, […]

Happy Thanksgiving from Babs

November 23, 2009


Babs Young went looking for a last little dab of fall color and found this.  She writes: Most of the leaves are gone, but I managed to find these in East Jordan today. Not sure what type of tree they are from, but the color is good. I’ll be in Ohio next week, so no […]

Early Christmas presents

November 30, 2008


Miss Sadie, the Cowboy and I had a lovely Thanksgiving visit in Detroit, staying with Rob the Firefighter and the Lady Alicia. It was good to see family and old friends. OK, the food was an attraction, too. Never enough time to see everyone—always the promise that NEXT time . . .  Then it was […]

Happy Thanksgiving Aunt Jimmie

November 26, 2008


Not everyone is blessed to have an aunt named Jimmie, and in fact only nine people in the universe have been blessed with my particular Aunt Jimmie. She knows how to have fun better than practically anybody I know, and she can do it on a shoestring. Between her house and mine, we’ve spent a […]