Sidewalks. Most towns have them, and at one time most residents insisted on them. But, maybe that was before people stopped walking to and from place to place, and instead get in their cars to drive 3 blocks to the grocery store. Sidewalks were considered a necessity in early day America since walking in the streets was a muddy,… Continue reading Where’s the Demand for Sidewalks?
In response to this week’s One Word Photo Challenge–Computers, I couldn’t do it with just one picture. The computer is just part of the story. It begins in the slums of Nairobi. In a small school and orphanage surviving on donations. Filled with eager youngsters. Equipped with one computer. https://jennifernicholewells.com/2016/08/30/one-word-photo-challenge-computer/ https://haddonmusings.com/2016/08/31/senior-salon37/
“Can you stay young alone?” This question was asked in a fellow blogger’s post, and it struck a chord that I felt moved to consider. And it raised more questions. Can I stay young, no matter my age? Can I stay young with or without having an intimate partner? Do I even want to stay young? Is youth… Continue reading Can You Stay Young Alone?