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Just Some of My Old Nynex Enterprises Crew

(08/07/1984)

The Baby in the picture is my first-born

Those were the days of lost carefree moments

Friday nights at Weylu’s on the water

And Massive hours of overtime

But it didn’t matter when it was time to let the good times roll

Oh how I miss those days

♥ Felina Silver Robinson ♥


1. Parent: Slain Native American Son ‘Would Still Be Here’ Had Video Been Taken

Photo courtesy Melissa Goodblanket
Mah-hi-vist Goodblanket, left, was shot seven times by two white Sheriff’s deputies
in December 2013. Left: Goodblanket’s adopted sister Alicia Renee Chaino Ahkeahbo.

2. Sauk-Suiattle Honored for Assistance In Aftermath of Oso Landslide

Courtesy State of Washington
Sauk-Suiattle Tribe Vice Chairman J. Kevin Lenon speaks at the Medal of Valor ceremony in Olympia.
Lenon, who is also a volunteer firefighter, and others participated in search, rescue and recovery efforts
after the Oso landslide in March 2014.

3. Nixon’s Relationship with Indian Country to be Examined at Conference at Nixon Presidential Library & Museum

President Richard Nixon and the Cacique, Juan de Jesus Romero.

4. Native News Update April 3, 2015

5. Healthy Eating Recipes : Shrimp and Grits Popular Southern Food

6. Native American Kid Friendly Recipes

7. Native American design and culture showcased in Colorado

8. 2015 Seminole Tribal Fair and PowWow Grand Entry

9. Native By Designz 2012 Jewelry Collections

10. Native American Jewelry Crafts for Kids : Arts & Crafts


Retro News Wednesday Just For You

Wednesday, March 01, 2015

1. Civil rights protesters arrested in 1960s Birmingham will thank FDNY for fighting fire-hose, dog attacks

2. Top 10 Historical Moments of the 1960s

3. This is the man who designed the 1970s

4. 7 technologies to thank the 1970s for

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5. 1970s Christmas in Teesside: Top telly, turkey and a Tomahawk bike

6. 50 Best Sci-Fi Movies of the 1970s

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7. “Brady Bunch” Star Barry Williams Revives 1970s un Great American Country’s “A Very Barry Branson”

8. Childhood in the US ‘safer than in the 1970s’

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9. Dietary advice from the 1970s found to be a big fat mistake

10. Top 10 books about the 1970s

Led Zeppelin in concert in San Francisco, 1973


My Poem of the Day

(03/31/15)

Something Different©

By Felina Silver Robinson

I don’t want the same thing with each sunrise or each sunset

I need to see what each day has to offer

When I write my story

I aim to captivate my readers

And keep them on the edge of their seats

Biting their nails with eager anticipation

With sleep being the most remote thing they desire

I want my readers to remember my name

And know that I was the one

who left them breathless

who left them yearning

who left them desiring

Something different for each sunrise and each sunset


My Poem of the Day

(03/30/15)

That Sinking Gut Feeling©

By Felina Silver Robinson

The feeling that you get

In the pit of your stomach

When you know somethings wrong

But you can’t put your finger on it

When everything suddenly goes silent

Then there is a ring of the phone

or

The doorbell rings

And you’re met with an even more awkward silence

Then the words you dread hearing

After the caller or the person ringing the door bell

Has identified themselves

“We regret to have to tell you”

You want to slam down your phone

You want to slam your door

Hoping that it was all just a dream

But the voice you dreaded

Calls out asking

“Did you hear me,

Is there someone I can call for you?”

And you just collapse

Wishing you were in fact just dreaming

But of course you’re not

Oh how I dread that sinking gut feeling


My Poem of the Day

(03/29/15)

Each Wall Tells A Story©

By Felina Silver Robinson

In my house upon each wall

There’s a place for a

Memory

A note

A date

A prayer

A milestone

I fill each wall with

Love

Happy Memories of

Those I love

Those I miss

And

Those I admire

Sometimes I find myself

Just staring at each wall, in each room, of my house

and, oh how I enjoy the view

Even though, sometimes it leaves me feeling sad and blue

Longing for what was, or  what may have been

So before I have a chance to shed another tear

I hurry to place another picture

Upon the wall


Retro News Wednesday Just For You

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

1. The Ferry: A Civil Rights Story

2. Jack Kevorkian Dies, Leaves Controversial Legacy, No Successor

3. 1950s American cars aren’t collector’s items in Cuba

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4. The mystery of Crooked Cottage: Home abandoned over ten years ago is still filled with food and belongings of long-gone residents 

Known as the Crooked Cottage, this rural Hertfordshire home is believed to have been untouched since its owners, said to be a married couple, departed

5. Original Rolling Stones to rock Old Capitol

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6. The Truman Doctrine, 1947

President Harry Truman

7. What Women Used to Wear to Play Sports

As these vintage photos show, turn-of-the-century sportswear was much different than today’s performance gear.

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8. Bing Crosby Sang Me a Lullaby

A chance encounter on a train led to an unforgettable photo.

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9. Hey, Mom Used To Make That

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10. Flashback Music Memories