While it would be in poor taste to muse joyfully on the passing of Queen Elizabeth, I do muse joyfully on the possibility that I am in her will.
There are words that align so beautifully with summer they ought to be tattooed upon bronzed backs: hammock, breeze, sunbathing, blueberries, swimming and picnic. While today I muse joyfully on all of those words, muse joyfully upon a pristine summer of 2022, I especially get the ink ready for my most favorite: picnic.
According to our sources, you took these sandals, hid them under the couch and denied having them: hence, the search warrant.
Bennie took some time out of his schedule to sit down and talk with us here at InDepthNH. This is Part 1 of a two-part series.
July is the Mario Andretti of months, the Usain Bolt, the Flo-Jo of time. July is Josh Hawley on January 6th.
One of my favorite means of movement is swimming, I muse joyfully on the simplicity of a bathing suit, goggles and, my favorite part: no mirrors.
Every once in a while there is a summer so lovely it should be framed, bronzed, paused for eternity. And, dear Joyful Musers, my summer of 2022, so far, is just that.
Today’s Naturalization Ceremony in Portsmouth’s historic Strawbery Banke was the place to be – where pomp wore red, white and blue, where circumstance carried American flags, where 72 citizens from 32 countries became America’s newest citizens.
Need a pick me up? A reminder that in spite of all that has transpired, is transpiring, will transpire in this land of the free – for most, home of the brave – for all, the United States is still a country where people believe in the possible, the impossible, the American dream.
I muse joyfully on moment’s from Friday night’s rally at Dover’s Henry Law Park where those gathered were asked to provide one word that captured their reaction, their why for coming out to discuss, to listen, to react to the overturning of Roe Vs. Wade.