The carnival rides,Hawkers, tricks and food on sticks,On warm summer nights.
I walked along a Woodland path to clear my mindAnd salve my wounded heart.
Back Alley Bars Found back alley gems,Serving local handcrafted beersAnd seasonal fare.
Pippin Our teenie weenieWith tiny teeth and big ears,Brings us countless joy
Father’s Day Fathers and brothers,We celebrate their love andLegacy today. Boys grow to be men,Sharing and shaping our lives,For better or worse. I am so luckyTo have a dad that takes joyIn loving his kids. […]
Mushrooms, Mushrooms, Mushrooms! Earthy, delicate,Sautéed in a white wine sauce,Heavenly fungi.
Cobra Chickens He did not speak theLanguage. The geese gave chase andHissed at him. He ran. When he caught his breath,He sighed, I do not like theMean “cobra chickens.”
Blossoms explode likeFireworks on the tree, spraysOf hot pink and white.
“I really must go.”Ice sighed, “It’s spring and I Belong to winter.”
His life lost gave usMercy, grace & forgiveness,And hope for new life
Poked a thousand times,Graphics that tell a story,Permanent stories. Haiku by guest Birdie Cramer
A fine feathered fern,Dared to brush against her hand,Drawn to her warm skin
Going to church on chrome,Cuts, flying colors and old ink,Leathers, patches and speed.
Tequila Sunrises,Dress in the ethereal light,Dance elegantly
We hug others when we’re excited to see each other, happy, or sad. Hugging is generally, universally comforting. But beyond comfort, hugging makes us healthier and happier. Here’s how.
Signaling the departure of your stay, Hungry for dark, you feel the midnight train Lurch, stretch, jostle, strain, and sway As inky blackness fingers the window pane.
Over the past year, I’ve been making a real effort to slow down and appreciate the little things in life. Whether that’s taking 10 minutes to sip my morning cup of tea or taking time […]
Lost at Sea Do you remember, Walking, fingers intertwined? Oh, how you loved me. I’m missing you now, Miles away from anywhere, Wishing you were near. Drifting, lost at sea, Among the fin and the […]
It’s been more than two and a half years since I decluttered my home. My daughter and I had heard about the minimalism movement, and it had piqued our interest. We were familiar with The […]
I have a sign on my wall that says, ‘Practice what you know.” It sounds simple. Over the years I have decided that character development is less about acquiring more knowledge and more about practicing what […]
For the Love of Dogs Is there anything Sweeter than the acceptance And love of a dog? Unconditional, Forgiving and so patient, Eyes only for you. Who can resist a Wagging tail and a wet […]