Tag Archives: The Hammock Papers
It has been awhile since I shared some wisdom from Rob “The Teacher” Firchau with my readers. You can be enlightened by visiting his Forest. ******* I use fountain pens exclusively, (except when I need to press through multiple copies) … Continue reading
For some reason, I thought “The Teacher” had a stack post, but I could not find it. While searching though, I found this jewel and wanted to share it. I have to admit that I haven’t visited Rob’s blog in … Continue reading
A few days old, but still fresh and worth remembering. Get off your butt. Courtesy of Rob F. @ The Hammock Papers
After almost three and a half years of hosting this blog, I have grown “blogging buddies” on just about every continent. It is interesting to note however, that the biggest concentration is located in Licking County, Ohio. Augusta, GA blogger, … Continue reading
Rob Firchau, author of The Hammock Papers posted an entry entitled, Scotch..a pronunciation guide. He caught my eye with his recommendation regarding my favorite, single malt Scotch….Laphroaig. Some folks will tell you it tastes like iodine or a pile of … Continue reading
Even though he is on Summer vacation, Rob teaches us a Monday morning lesson here. I think I may have tried something like that once. (see picture in link)
I saw this at Mme. Scherzo and thought about re-blogging it, but didn’t. I them saw that Rob had, so I’ll give him the credit for giving us a little bit of Magic this Saturday morning.
Rob cites Ernest Hemmingway with this interesting idea, which is probably very good advice.
The car is almost packed, but the steady rain (which is heading East) has dampened my desire to get an early start to Edisto Island this morning. So why not take a few minutes to re-blog a simple, yet perfectly … Continue reading
You don’t have to read this: On It is simply a reminder to myself….But if you are curious and want to, it’s OK with me. Thanks, Rob.
This is my 401st post, (a small milestone) and I have also turned on the “snow flurries”, acknowledging the approach of Winter. Blogging and especially reading other blogs has provided me with an ongoing, new set of possibilities. It is … Continue reading
I recently purchased a book entitled, At The Still Point, compiled by Sarah Arthur and just started reading it early this morning, finding it very refreshing. Early on in the book, I came across a poem that matched a photo … Continue reading
I am sneaking in a few posts, in between a very busy day…… Another friend from Ohio…this one a teacher, host of The Hammock Papers. Someone else re-blogged this, but I can’t find it to give appropriate credit, but thank … Continue reading
On this Holy Saturday… The story of Joseph of Arimathea, Patron Saint of funeral directors in the Roman Catholic Rite. Thanks to The Hammock Papers Luke 23 50-51There was a man named Joseph, who was from Arimathea in Judea. Joseph … Continue reading