Catch…”The Bishop’s Wife”

This week I saw the 1947 movie, “The Bishop’s Wife”, for the first time. Nominated for Best Picture, the film is a holiday jewel that escaped me for decades while I watched the staples like “It’s a Wonderful Life” (1946) and “Miracle on 34th Street” (1947). The last three lines in “The Bishop’s Wife” areContinue reading “Catch…”The Bishop’s Wife””

Yuletide Disasters Recalled

I grew up with the tradition of decorating the tree on Christmas Eve. This was back in the days when most trees were decorated with silver tinsel and large bulb lights, a great fire combination. Maybe this is why we waited until the 24th to put ourselves at risk. Factor in puppies and cats toContinue reading “Yuletide Disasters Recalled”

Backyard Winter Art

With about 30 minutes of daylight left yesterday, I took my camera out to the backyard where winter weather has stripped the vegetation of color, save for one remarkable yellow rose swaying in the wind. I took a photo with a low sun peeking through the leaves of a tree only I didn’t notice the sunburstContinue reading “Backyard Winter Art”