Bob Meet Anne

Last night, we watched a recent version of Anne of Green Gables produced by Masterpiece Theatre and broadcast here in the US on PBS. (We keep a subscription to PBS offerings enabling streaming of a wide variety of genres which are both informative and entertaining. Link is below.) Clean and gentle, the story moves like … More Bob Meet Anne

What’s New, Bob?

Early in the 1960s, Bob Dylan broke open the national conscience. A folksy bard, he pushed against simplistic rock and roll with poignant, incisive lyrics. Two back to back hits, “Blowin’ in the Wind” (1963) and “The Times They Are A-Changing’” (1964) stirred the raw feelings of fear and anger existing due to the threats … More What’s New, Bob?

A Ransack Ramble

The tub is full of hot water. Nearly six feet long and about two feet deep, it’s an easy soak for the whole frame of many folks; all except the ones large enough to go pro in some major league sport, I’d guess. No jets or lights. Just well water the on-demand heater steamed up … More A Ransack Ramble