Monthly Archives: July 2014

EVERY DOG AND WORD

These summer evenings have been just perfect for leisurely strolls.  The heat of the day is gone, but it is still warm.  The air is calm, with just enough of a breeze.  Oh, these lazy, hazy eves of summer! You … Continue reading

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THE DECADES OF MY LIFE

It’s the end of July.  The theme for this month on NaBloPoMo has been DECADES and today’s prompt: What has been your best decade thus far: Your teens? Your twenties? Your thirties or forties or beyond? There are no ‘best’ … Continue reading

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LEFTOVERS AND THE ROLLING STONES

Some songs have magic and it stays in your head.  As Tears Go By is playing for me again. It is almost the evening of the day.  I am showered and relaxed, sipping my tea.  The rice is on the … Continue reading

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SCRIBBLING LIFE

There’s a time like this when I am missing my laptop.  If I have it still, I would like to sit here, on the deck and tap away my melancholy.  I would watch each black letter march across the screen, … Continue reading

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IT IS THE EVENING OF THE DAY

I’m hearing the melody of the Rolling Stones’ As Tears Go By.  I don’t know why.  Songs come to me much as words do – from out of the blue.  I’m singing the first line, It is the evening of … Continue reading

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SUNSHINE, RAIN AND LEMONADE

I’m moving slowly and heavily through the day.  The weather is playing havoc with my body and my mind.  I am familiar with this game so I know the moves well.  First one foot, then the other and so on. … Continue reading

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DEATH BY CHOPSTICKS

FRIDAY FICTIONEERS It’s Friday and time for fiction of 100 words, hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. Fred’s tray was full – a Double Big Mac, Chicken Nuggets, double fries, a large root beer. and a free Premium salad with a coupon.  What … Continue reading

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