A little Friday fun... Arrange these 21 letters into 3 words in a Scrabble / crossword puzzle configuration. Hint: There are many possibilities but only one makes sense for this blog. The answer is in the third (bottom) photo. How's it going? Need a hint? Think bridge, of course. Maybe it'll help if the letters are scrambled like this? … Continue reading Unscramble This
On “indeed,” the online job site, I found I’m not qualified to be a baker because I can’t lift 50 pounds up and down stairs all day, a theater coach for 2 to 6 year-olds because I lack a teaching certificate, or a parrot caretaker as I have no experience with the birds. But I met … Continue reading Am I Qualified?
In the anxious minutes while driving over a bridge - as a passenger of course - there are things I don’t want to hear - as well intentioned as they may be. Here are a few things NOT TO SAY and WHY THEY DON'T EASE MY MIND. Close Your Eyes Why Not? I’m not an ostrich so … Continue reading Things Not to Tell Me While on a Bridge
What super-sized carrot would have to be dangling from a string for you to walk across this bridge? And if you’re not afraid of crossing bridges, substitute your own fear. And if you have none, well this post won’t mean much to you. For me a year-long guided trip around the world would get me interested … Continue reading What Would You Put Your Fear Aside For?
I haven’t been over a big bridge in 42 days. But who’s counting. I usually don’t but I was curious. I was deleting photos and saw the ones I’d taken of the Throgs Neck Bridge. I wasn’t driving of course. My husband was. I looked hard at the photos to figure out in detail what … Continue reading Feeling the Throgs Neck Bridge
Somewhere on those highest steel structures of the Tappan Zee Bridge over the Hudson River is a Peregrine Falcon mom and two chicks or more accurately called eyases. I saw their little white heads on the on the falconcam around 8:30 this morning. I don't know when they were born because everything I read indicates we're all … Continue reading Home Atop the Tappan Zee Bridge