Recently Bill and I went to see the musical Hadestown, based on the Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice. You may already be aware that I tend to gush when I go see live theater, and my comments here will be no different. I love live theater. It’s exciting to see actors, singers, and musicians … More Today’s Coffee: Hadestown, the Myth, the Musical
When I first started posting Today’s Coffee on Instagram, it was all about the coffee and the mugs. I was going through a period of downsizing so that we could move to a smaller house. I wanted to unload a lot of my possessions and I did, including about half my mug collection. After the … More Today’s Coffee: Mugs
On first glance, today’s photo is a study in things that don’t belong together: E.L. Doctorow’s novel of New York City in the early 1900’s, Ragtime, and a Barbie Doll with an American flag as the backdrop. Add the photo of a line drawing of a Charles Dana Gibson “girl,” and a picture of chorus … More Today’s Coffee: Ragtime and Gibson Girl
I’m not what I would call a social media maven. I’ve only used this blog in the past to document the steps my husband and I took to downsize into a smaller house. I have a Facebook account (SandyNork) that I look at once or twice a day (and, by the way, repost a lot … More Today’s Coffee: Origin Story. A little project grown large.