Five articles with a diverse view of what it means to be from Latin America and Spain, on Fake Flamenco. Hispanic/Latino Heritage Month is September 15 – October 15. How will you celebrate; with food, music, a book, a film perhaps? I will celebrate by researching women playwrights from Latin America; a subject I realize […]Read more
Old school pool. Grandpa’s teaching the grandkids billiards. They are eager pupils. Fun to watch them play. Do you play pool? This is my first post for Debbie’s One Word Sunday. I may have broken the rules with my narrative. Love the crafting of the billiard rack! ¡Olé! –Rebecca #OWS and #OneWordSunday.Read more
Which Have a Jump on Spring?
Which plants are peeking in advance? What was the most beautiful flower, bird or tree you saw outside (or through the window) this week? ¡Olé! –Rebecca Check out Debbie and Friends’ great pics at Six Word Saturday. #6WS #SixWordSaturdayRead more
Under Maidens Bower for a Kiss
“…And the days dwindle down to a precious fewSeptember, November,And these few precious days, I’ll spend with youThese precious days, I’ll spend with you.” –”Knickerbocker Holiday” (1938) Music: Kurt Weill / Lyrics: Maxwell Anderson In the days of front porch visits to court your love interest, Maiden’s Bower was grown on the Western side to block out the strong afternoon sun. […]Read more
Fish in Tree? Can that Be?
3 silly signs we saw. Yesterday, Eagle and I went on a bike ride to a park nearby. For me, this was a grand achievement. My ankle has healed enough to pedal, hurrah! As we traveled along the bike path, we saw the funniest sign, if taken out of context: We’d never seen a tree […]Read more
Shadows Play with the Light
Shadows Play with the Light (en español abajo) At times the eternal dance crystalizes The fiction of our divisions shatters The union of equal halves ensues The fear of bright or dark vanishes We unify our social orbits transformed The belief in our humanity rebirthed Our households separate no more interchangeable. –Rebecca Cuningham 27 March […]Read more