Since I am declaring Saturdays for the next couple of months my “Virtual µRV Trip” day I am […]
This is not what I planned for 2020, but then it is what no one planned. I had […]
For this Saturday post I give you my now completed µRV. It is a 1992 truck with a […]
One of the primary reasons for RJsCorner is to show you that not everyone is the same. I […]
I am having a pretty moody day today so I thought I would give you a picture that […]
It’s funny how some images and stories stick in your mind forever. That is what this post is […]
I remember June 8, 1970 very well. It was the day I joined the working world on a […]
In 1965 I was a high school senior in a very small-town rural school. The building was built about 80 years before and the creaking stairs and just about everything else showed the wear. The basement used to be the gymnasium but that had sometimes since moved next to the International Harvester repair shop downtown. We were the biggest graduating class in the schools’ history, all sixty-nine of us.
I have let it be known many times here on RJsCorner that I have significant Aspie traits. I have not been officially diagnosed, nor do I care to be, so I don’t call myself an Aspie. If you want to know more about this condition, at least from my personal perspective click here.
I had an Aspie type meltdown about three weeks ago that scared me. I have had a few more since then so I kinda get the reason for them. If you care to read about my first meltdown click here to see that post.
I am very aware that people collect just about everything in the world. Being as how the USA […]
Just a little BTW (by the way) for you this Saturday. I know the term Red Invasion has […]
I was recently at the Ft. Wayne Museum of Art and came across a fabulous collection of glass. […]
One of my favorite vacations was a month-long visit to our northern neighbors. The people throughout Canada just […]
I think its time for another post about my Aspie traits. This one is about my obsession of having control of my life.
I give you the Frank Lloyd Wright house near Springfield Ohio. I have been trying out about a […]
I give you a picture of a flower that is almost too small to see without some micro […]
There is nothing quite as entrancing as views Chicago at night.
I don’t know if she was really from Quebec but her mannerisms sure did speak French to me. […]
It seems that EVERYTHING is about Covid-19 lately. Even most of the blogs I visit daily are about it. I don’t know if you are like me, but I am becoming somewhat overwhelmed with it lately. It has only been going on for less than a month or so but it seems like a year at least. This post is going to be a respite for me and hopefully will also get your mind off it for at least a couple of minutes too.
For this Artsy Saturday I give you a Wisconsin Lighthouse taken a few years ago. I continue of […]
I didn’t know which name I wanted to title this post, so I gave you both. This post is about how my Aspie traits allow me to almost totally block out the world for hours at a time.
Like all of you, I have some regrets in the way I have chosen to live my life. That is what this post is all about.
Storytelling is something that is as old as man. Before written languages were developed and taught to the masses storytelling was the only way to pass down history. Why I seem to be obsessed with trying out storytelling is a mystery to me. That is what this post is all about.
It’s hard to imagine that the above was once cutting-edge technology. Looking back from a hundred years from […]