Spying all the amazing food cooking on the range, Jonathan realized that his diet was about to take a major hit. He said to his wife, "Sugar, you have enough food to feed an army, and there's just us two!" Written for the Three Things Challenge from Pensitivity 101. Today's prompts are sugar, range, army.... Continue Reading →
Kyle had simpered at Juliet more than once, which made her a little uncomfortable. She began to do her best to avoid him at work. She didn't know what was the origin of his infatuation with her, for they had never spent many hours together. But, she didn't think that he was a crank, for... Continue Reading →
Yesterday, part of my crew came over for dinner, and my youngest daughter cooked fish and slaw. I love her fish, mostly fillets of some fish. It is like she adds a secret ingredient that comes from inside of her to the cooking oil. I must have ate seven or eight pieces of fish yesterday,... Continue Reading →
Hold a wake for earth. Wail and keen over her loss. Wake up, you people! Written for RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge. Today's prompts are wail and wake.
Mother Earth is crying for her children, The loss of the rain forest brings her tears. How long before we understand the damage Will not be fixed, no matter how many years? How can we deny that climate change is real When we see the pictures of polar bears Starving where ice is gone and... Continue Reading →
Once I was lost in the forest, And I couldn't find a way out. I hollered for help that didn't come, No matter how loud was my shout. So, I sat down in an open space, Prayed, and put my back to a tree. In the shade of that tree, I felt safe, It was... Continue Reading →
I saw Fandango's Provocative Question #44 on Wednesday, and just couldn't get it out of my mind. So, I decided to answer it today, from my perspective. What do you think was (or is) the most significant event in the history of the human race? Please explain. For me, it was the invention of the... Continue Reading →
Twice in the last two weeks I have almost been late for an appointment because I couldn't find two empty parking spaces side by side. Previously, I wrote about learning to drive at age 50, but parking is a whole other animal. I have asked my husband, Douglas, to teach me to park, but he... Continue Reading →