Tag Archives: Marilyn Armstrong

By the river ~ Marilyn Armstrong #writephoto

Walking by the river on a day in the fall, the river was flat. Like a winding mirror through the hills and valleys, it reflected back the colors of the trees along its path. “Hard to believe,” thought Maggie, “That … Continue reading

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Stark ~ Marilyn Armstrong #writephoto

Often, through the endless winter, Maggie had been sure her garden would never bloom again. As the frozen ground showed no signs of softening in spring sunshine and clumps of dirty brown snow lay on the earth, she would look … Continue reading

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Way-stone ~ Marilyn Armstrong #writephoto

When we first moved to Uxbridge, the woman who sold us our house drove us around and the first thing she brought us to see was the Uxbridge Way-Stone. Erected and etched in the early 1600s, it was part of … Continue reading

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A Hope for Dawn and Dusk ~Marilyn Armstrong #writephoto

It could be the first light of the sun creeping over the horizon or the last rays of light as the sun sets below the horizon. It’s impossible to know. I always wondered if there was any way to tell … Continue reading

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When all the world was empty of humankind ~ Marilyn Armstrong #writephoto

When the world is empty, there is Bone. We got the word in 2018. Twelve years to fix the world. It had taken hundreds of years to screw it up. Hundred of years of burning coal, pouring poisons into the … Continue reading

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Changing the seasons of the world – Marilyn Armstrong

Reblogged from Serendipity: I haven’t read the official report, but I’ve read a lot of summaries and I wasn’t at all surprised by any of it. Twelve years left and then we can’t “save the earth.” I consider it highly … Continue reading

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Remembering the faraway ~ Marilyn Armstrong #writephoto

I remember. You could stand in the cove and feel the sands move out from underneath your feet. You could walk a little and feel the brush of underwater grasses against your ankles and see the tiny baby fish, schools … Continue reading

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Autumn come to New England ~ Marilyn Armstrong #writephoto

It is the end of September. Normally, we would be wrapped in the bright leaf colors for which New England is justly famous. Not so far. We were at Manchaug a few days ago and everything was green. We always … Continue reading

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Days at the Cloisters – Marilyn Armstrong

Reblogged from Serendipity: This first one is the Unicorn captured. To capture a unicorn, you needed a woman. A virgin. Because that was the only thing that could make a Unicorn tame. This is one of the myths of the … Continue reading

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Inspiration: On your own but not alone ~ Marilyn Armstrong

Marilyn’s response to the 3.2.1 Me Challenge: Inspiration: On your own but not alone We all start college — or at least most of us do — pretty young. In our teens, generally. Some of us start even sooner. I … Continue reading

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