What is it about spoons and January?
Tuesday, January 1, 2013 – My husband and I attended a lively New Year's party at the Kentish Guard Amory. The members were dressed in uniforms spanning a couple centuries. The one that caught my eye was the cook's smock, with a bent spoon protruding out of a shoulder pocket like an epaulette, which is a prominent shoulder ornament worn on a military uniform. Humorous!
Wednesday, January 2, 2013 – I edited and posted a link to an old story on my Netwalking facebook page. It is about Boesch Farm and mentions a curious bird, called a spoonbill, along with a few other curious things.
Tuesday, January 8, 2012 – I went to the East Greenwich Free Library to attend the Annual Meeting of "The Friends of the Library," which concluded with a performance by entertainer Rory Raven, who bent our minds, along with a few spoons.
Thursday, January 10, 2012 – I posted an announcement on my personal facebook page... about a family adventure at Boesch Farm the following Saturday, and I reposted the link to the spoonbill story... netwalkri.com/THE_NEXT_PAGE.html ... so called because it is simply one page of a much longer story.
Friday, January 11, 2012 – My daughter's best friend shared an educational link on facebook, "How to Bend a Spoon." She had also attended the Library performance.
Saturday, January 12, 2012 – My husband and I showed up to hike in the rain, and of course we were the only ones. Sitting on the ledge of the Boesch Farm Information Board is a dirty spoon. We took off to explore some really muddy territory and found a lot of funny stuff, so of course I had to write about what we found... netwalkri.com/BROKEN_TRUST_.html ...THIS is entertainment!
Spoons. Go figure. Who is feeding me all this information?