Travel Leaves an Indelible Imprint on the Heart: Fandango Flash Fiction Challenge #157

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 →

Advice for Bad Cooks

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.

The Sweet Moment You Realize that He or She is the One: Fandango Flash Fiction Challenge

The Guitar Player by José Ferraz de Almeida Júnior and was found at Wikimedia Commons. Reticent to admit that I really liked him, It was easier to notice what I rated as his faults. But, as I stood there listening to his guitar I started singing words that I could not halt. His great delivery of... Continue Reading →

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