Art and the philosophy of life

Archive for May, 2022


Flowers in my garden…

orange rose — Paul Militaru

orange rose — Paul Militaru

Street Art by LT66 (2022/05) — TAB54

Street Art by LT66 (2022/05) — TAB54

Kitty, kitty…

Photo:  Markus Spiske

Signs of the Times…

Photo:  Markus Spiske


The chicklets were up early this morning. They were down at the Rubber Duck Pond building sandcastles and getting ready to swim, which they definitely cannot do. They just like to dress up. You never see a wet chicklet unless one is caught in the rain.

Doggie Love…

PhotoL  Ryder Montauk

Memorial Day — Sergeant Stubby — Humoring the Goddess

Copied from the Dogington Press    MEET SERGEANT STUBBY: THE MOST DECORATED WAR DOG IN HISTORY Before he became the most decorated war dog in American history, Sergeant Stubby was homeless: unwanted, unwashed, unloved, and scrounging for scraps on the streets of Connecticut. For his valorous actions, Stubby is recognized as the most-decorated dog in […]

Memorial Day — Sergeant Stubby — Humoring the Goddess

Quote of the Day — Yahooey’s Blog

“In the family of punctuation, where the full stop is daddy and the comma is mummy, and the semicolon quietly practices the piano with crossed hands, the exclamation mark is the big attention-deficit brother who gets overexcited and breaks things and laughs too loudly.” — Lynne Truss, Eats, Shoots & Leaves

Quote of the Day — Yahooey’s Blog

The Handmaid’s Tale…fireproof, so the right wing can’t burn it.

Having Her Book Banned In Various Places, Margaret Atwood Introduces Us To A Symbolic Issue Of The Handmaid’s Tale That Is Unburnable

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