Photo Credit to Sarah Whiley Gary knew that when he was asked by his sister, Janet, to allow his nephew, Mick, to be his apprentice that a day would come when he would hear, Oops!, for Mick seemed prone to accidents. But, he loved his sister so much that he just couldn't tell her no.... Continue Reading →
While Douglas played disc golf, I went for a ninety-minutes hike in one of the parks near us. There weren't many people on the trails that day, but when I did pass someone, it meant so much to me that a man or a woman would smile and wave at me. I would return the... Continue Reading →
Image credit to Timbri97@Pizabay.com It felt as if time had stood still, and we were walking with the First Peoples Among vibrant blue waters and green trees and mountains covered in white. Inimitable creations that we should take pride in and work to conserve, For once they are gone, it'll be too late to find... Continue Reading →
Image credit to 8Machine @Unsplash It seems quite vain to text full sentences in this digital age. But I can't refrain from writing my feelings with entire words. Yet the answers like "k" or "BTW" are again sent back in reply, Which for someone with a large vocabulary seems really absurd. Even though full words... Continue Reading →
Recipes in a cookbook would seem the right thing For people like me who want to learn how to cook. But I've discovered that they don't help, Because the end result never looks like the book. Written for the Weekend Writing Prompt #249 from Sammiscribbles: Recipe in 36 words.
Control your temper. Like with fire-spitting dragons, Magic will not help. Written for RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge: Dragon and Magic.
John 15:15 I no longer call you servants, because a servant does not know his master’s business. Instead, I have called you friends, for everything that I learned from my Father I have made known to you. (NIV) As a child in church, I loved the song What a Friend We Have in Jesus! The idea... Continue Reading →
Photo from CookmePancakes@DeviantArt.com Ariana looked out the window at such a gloomy day, one filled with lacy clouds that seemed to go on without limit. A hard-working practitioner, this day she stopped and thought of a fairy tale that her mother had told her just last week, even though she is a adult now. It... Continue Reading →
Photo by Olga Solodilova @Unsplash She held the roses in her hand, and sighed loudly as he looked on. She ruminated on what had happened to using original thought. She'd held out slender hope that this year would be different, A gift he'd made for her rather than always things bought. He looked at her... Continue Reading →