The path to finding where we belong isn't always transparent. I have learned that the unexplored path that no one else seemed to take has always led me to wonderful places, helping me find a home. By home, I mean that place inside of us where we come to appreciate who we are and what... Continue Reading →
The day is ending. Pink sky casts beauty and peace. My soul finds its rest. Written for the Three Things Challenge #266 from Pensitivity 101: cast, pink, sky.
Exercising would make a great hobby, I know, But I find that I just can't stay loyal. Although I have more than enough space to move, My love of food results in a battle royal. Written for the Three Things Challemge #238 for Sunday, May 17, 2020 from Pensitivity 101. The prompts are hobby, loyal,... Continue Reading →
I kept brooding over cleaning the bigger house, So we looked for something with less upkeep. We found a nice little cottage on a metalled road, And now we're not so tired when we go to sleep. Written for the Three Things Challenge from Pensitivity 101. The prompts are metal, upkeep, and brood. I used... Continue Reading →
Caroline was looking forward to a house full of children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren for Mother's Day this year. But, now she just hopes to hear the telephone ring, to know that her family members still care. She has lived long enough to know that what matters is love, in any form. Written for Three Things... Continue Reading →
There is no excuse that I haven't heard, As the reason for not getting work done. Even the more timid will look in your eyes, And tell you a whopper that he has just spun. They look so hopeful when they tell lies, Thinking they've pulled the wool over you. But, after twenty years of... Continue Reading →
I always hated the thought of eating healthy. I'd rather some chocolate than a red juicy apple. But the man who proposed loved grains and oats, And now we are on our way to the wedding chapel. Written for Three Things Challenge #223 from Pensitivity 101. The prompts are grains, oats, and chapel. I thought... Continue Reading →
Yes, I wrote "whom" because Kasey, my beagle mix, was more like a human being than some of the people I knew! His bark was worse than his bite, but I think he liked making people think that he was fierce, howling when someone knocked on the door in the night. But, friends had only... Continue Reading →
She looked at the husband, the guy who had stole her heart so many years ago, and she knew that he would always feel like home. Written for the Three Things Challenge #144 from Pensitivity 101: home, guy. look.
Looking at my reflection in the plate glass window, I marvel at the person I have become through diligence. Like the moon shines nightly to light the way, I'm a teacher dispelling the darkness of ignorance. It's a job that one must love to perform each day, For it comes with moments of joy and... Continue Reading →