Lovely Spain, Portugal, and Italy, I will miss you dearly this year! For the last five years, my husband and I have arrived on one of your doorsteps or a combination of you three. time You deliveredon your promise to show us a good time and welcome us with hospitality! I will miss taking hours... Continue Reading →
We are all in this crisis together Is the fabric of our society. We're not alone in the struggle, That belief lessens our anxiety. But, lately the fabric is fraying, Torn by protests and lies told. Politicians wanting elderly lives sacrificed Just so a few doodads can be sold. "There're more important things than living,"... Continue Reading →
Photo from Mindlovemisery's Menagerie My father said that Jack would never make anything of himself, as he spent so much time day-dreaming and little time actually doing. But, I loved sitting in his old goldish brown car listening to his poetry that seemed as sweet as candy hearts full of hugs and kisses. Jack made... Continue Reading →
Matt decided to do the new wiring himself, Saying we could save a lot of money his way. I wanted to call in the pros, don't you know, But I relented , not wanting to start a fray. But as I walked in the basement and I saw An arc of fire, I knew we... Continue Reading →
No one could've imagined that we would "go to church" through technology. At our church in Tennessee, we used Facebook live, but I never used it myself to "attend" other churches. For me, live and face-to-face was the only way to really feel that you were in the presence of God. Then, this virus hit,... Continue Reading →
Photo by La Miko in Pexels. com. Mattie and I sit on the shore alone, Wrapped together to fight the damp. I am content to sit here with her, Before we head back to our camp. All I need is her unconditional love, A pot to cook, and a lamp for some light. No oven... Continue Reading →
I am on Weight Watchers, And I try my best not to cheat. So I hope that while I diet, Chocolate won't go obsolete! Written for the Weekend Writing Prompt from Sammiscribbles. The prompt is Obsolete in 24 words.
Be a friend, wear a mask! Written for the Saturday Six Word Story Prompt #34 from My Random Ramblings: friend.
Douglas and I went today to one of the state parks to hike on the trails.We remembered to take our masks. We stopped at the store for Douglas some cough medicine, as he has had a cough now for over three months, and I am worried. But the doctor doesn't think it is anything but... Continue Reading →
For the last four years, Douglas and I have spent some parts of April and May in Europe. We loved pretending to live in Spain, Italy, or Portugal. Now homebound by the virus ravaging the world, our children are somewhat glad that our nomadic lifestyle is on hold today. But we miss the walks on... Continue Reading →