Monthly Archives: June 2014

QUE SERA, SERA

The rains did come in the night after all and continued through the morning.  There was nothing to do but to live and enjoy the goodness it brings – beauty for the eyes,   captured and saved by the camera. We … Continue reading

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BRAGGING

The rains almost came, the sky heavy with dark clouds.  But they receded as the sun competed for attention. I am trying to write my few words but my own cloud is fighting to be heard.  Patiently I sit, waiting … Continue reading

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FLUX AND FLOW

By now you must know that I’m not a jubilant kind of person in the morning – even if it is summer.  My feet rarely hits the floorboards in a joyous bounce.  Rather, they reluctantly and languidly test the waters, ready to … Continue reading

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LAST NIGHT – Friday Fictioneers

It’s Friday and time for fiction of 100 words, hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields     She rested her back against her old friend, feeling its coarse rough bark through her thin blouse.  She was home. Already she was missing him – … Continue reading

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HAVE MOTTOS, WILL TRAVEL

Today brings more grey and mist but the morning is lit up with my blooming irises.  God always find a way to light up the world. I don my pink power shoes and head out the door with my Sheba … Continue reading

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IDLE NO MORE TODAY

Today we had no time for being maudlin, crying into our soup and feeling sorry for ourselves.   There was things to do and a life to live.  The day held promise of sunshine and blue skies. I put on … Continue reading

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NOT ALL DAYS ARE EQUAL

Some days are hard.  Life is hard.  Sometimes it takes a week before I can take the towels out of the dryer.  The words don’t come. When they do, they are dryer than dry. The sun came out today.  I … Continue reading

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