We have landed in Hawaii. Aloha. Bowls are an interesting pattern: they are moved more by external factors in their environments than the internal factors within their sphere and so they represent the axion that the "Times makes the man." Today's bowl has a battle at its rim (the turquoise line) -- Uranus vs Mars, … Continue reading The Daily in Honolulu 11-28-2017
Something about Meghan Markle's great-uncle, Mike Markle was an amateur genealogist and he investigated the Markle line. Markle discovered that their paternal great-great-great-grandmother was New Hampshire landowner Mary Hussey Smith (1823–1908), a descendant of nobleman John Hussey, 1st Baron Hussey of Sleaford, who was beheaded in 1537 at the order of King Henry VIII because … Continue reading Meghan Markle goes back to her roots.
We have moved west of Bismarck right on the Montana border for our final stop in Minot North Dakota; our featured image is of Minot circa 1940. Four hundred and twenty-fives miles below are the Badlands, the Great Northern Bank is safe. We maintain our Bowl planetary pattern with a rim opposition & grand cross … Continue reading The Daily in Minot – November 26, 2017
David Cassidy in Paris in 1974. CreditEllidge/Getty Images David Cassidy, the actor, singer and teen heartthrob best known as the band member with the green eyes and the feathered haircut on “The Partridge Family,” the 1970s television show about a family band, died on Tuesday in a hospital in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He was 67. … Continue reading I think I love you, David Cassiday
We use this list and draw our next stop via Random.org.; here's our itinerary. The photo is from flickr.com
We are in North Dakota this week and on the 21st we start out from Bismarck, North Dakota. In those parts a bismark refers to a round doughnut filled cream or jelly. Everyone having their morning coffee watching" CBS This Morning" had 2 bismarks listening to the demise of one of the top journalists on … Continue reading Thanksgiving at Bismarck ND
Nancy Zieman, host of the public television show "Sewing With Nancy," in 1988. CreditMilwaukee Journal Sentinel Nancy Zieman, who became an unlikely television star through the humblest of shows, “Sewing With Nancy,” which ran for 35 years on public television, died on Nov. 14 at her home in Beaver Dam, Wis. She was 64. The … Continue reading Sewing Mistress, Nancy Zieman