I enjoy writing, exercising, eating healthy (most of the time), I have always loved the outdoors, whether it is bike riding, softball, running. I love being in the sun. Like so many others, I find myself starting an exercise routine and then something disrupts my schedule and I slip back into watching too much television … Continue reading Wednesday
Complication It was close to midnight, I figured that all the stores were closed down for the night. I knew so. Since, this town is very old-fashioned, militiarily speaking: very disciplined. Mainly, the stores have an 8pm close. If you have a problem, as I have, from thinking far ahead; complications, may find you! I … Continue reading Achin’ Bacon
Premature As I was driving, the roads were being worked on, it seemed like every turn was another construction of road workers. Lucky for me, I know the "backroad paths." I was in a bit of a hurry though, these roads off the beaten path are not always the best decision. And it is getting … Continue reading Beep-Beep, Not A RoadRunner
Infect A routine face wash. That was the beginning of a small crisis. Under my right eye in the softer area I noticed a freckle. Hmm, "What is this?" Years of teenage swimming pools, bike riding, tanning surely could catch up with me. There were studies and warnings in every doctor office I have ever … Continue reading A Freckled Test of Faith
via Photo Challenge: Liquid As a Love of water, I take photos of H20, practically everywhere I am. Atlantic Ocean view, fire hydrant, parks, sprinklers,,,,
Thin As you know, there are many uses of thin. For instance, thin crackers, thin ice, thinning hair, and the forever popular Thin Man, a detective series in black and white, the weight issues; being, thick or thin. My mind prefers not to be redundant, For thin, I cannot think, To utilize this word, to be … Continue reading My Thinking Is Thin, Today?
A family of Royalty, A Queen, and a King, This family a storybook fantasy, "A mystery to me," I follow their stories, not surprising, There's a celebration, in the air, Do not despair, For Princess Diana will not be there, Of that, we are all, well aware, I am an American, I do care, William … Continue reading To The Royals, This Poem I Share
Pedigree So what, "your neighbor just replaced her new car, again." What is this, I can't count. Why do some people desire to change, repeatedly? This is breakfast time chatter. The differences in our homes is so much more than the people inside living day-to-day; our DNA, mind, outlook, "pedigree." I like what I like, … Continue reading Neighbor, Please