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Tuesday – Anything Possible – Finger Point Prompt – “Compliment”

Since Keith Channing is on a break, I thought it would be fun to make another finger point prompt. Today I randomly opened Eternal Road – The final stop and eyes wide shut pointed to a page. The word that was closest to my finger was “compliment.” That is the prompt for today. Compliment by […]

Top Ten Things Not to Do at the Opening of the Flamingo Hotel by “Bugsy Siegle in 1946.

  This week marks the 74th anniversary of the Flamingo Hotel opening in Las Vegas by Bugsy Siegle in 1946. Since Bugsy is a colorful character, we will want to go to this grand opening. We need to take our list of things not to do to avoid a tear in the time continuum. We […]

Stream of Consciousness Saturday – Prompt “Box”

    It is Stream of Consciousness Saturday, and this week’s prompt is “box.” Linda Hill says we can use it any way we want. If you would like to join this outrageous group of using words any way we want, visit Linda’s blog, and you can read how easy it is. Here is the […]

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Us to You

From our house to yours. Peace.

Thursday – A Little Personal – Lucy and Twiggy’s Christmas Wish

“Hey, Twiggy. Why so, glum? It’s Christmas Eve.” “I’m still worried about biting that light on the tree.” “Why worry? Mom took care of you. She has made it impossible for you to reach the tree.” “That’s true. Do you think Santa will know? About the bulb, I mean.” “So even if he does know. […]

Wednesday Story Day – AKA – Hump Day

  It is Wednesday Story Day again, and last week, we found out Andre was trying to start a new life. So much for that since he was found dead in the Mercedes when the train got to France. We don’t know much more than that. I see Pricilla is just getting off her cell […]

Tuesday – Anything Possible – More Lights of the Season

Since Keith Channing is taking a break, I thought it would be fun to put up some more festive lights. These are all homes in the neighborhood. I wish I could have saved these for another Views tour but next week will be after Christmas and we will have had enough by then. (My guess) […]

New Book – Ghostly Interference by Jan Sikes

Jan Sikes has an exciting new book and a new publisher. Here she is to tell you about her book. Welcome, Jan. Hi, John! Thank you so much for opening your awesome blog site to me to help spread the word about my new book, Ghostly Interference! Your generosity is much appreciated! Today, I’m going […]

Top Ten Things Not to Do at the Lighting of the First National Christmas Tree at the White House by Calvin Coolidge in 1923

This post ran last year at this time. Since the history news is pretty light this week, I decided to run it again. Wishing you a terrific Holiday. This week marks the anniversary of the lighting of the first national Christmas tree on the White House grounds by Calvin Coolidge on Christmas Eve in 1923. […]

Views of the Neighborhood – Trail of Lights

The bus is ready, and tonight, we are serving to start sourdough crostini with sundried tomato, garlic, and fresh basil aioli. We have assorted seafood for an entree, including blue crab cakes from the Chesapeake Bay, Fresh seared Ahi Tuna, and Nova Scotia Salmon. Our meat course is applewood fire-grilled lamb loin chops. Both come […]