Sweetwater Creek State Park, Douglasville, GA Strutting through the mud, Walking hatless in the rain. Freed to be ageless. Written for the Three things Challenge #990 from Pensitivity 101: strut, freed, rain. I love splashing in puddles, as it makes me feel young again.
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 →
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 →
Savoy Auto Museum, Cartersville, GA My friends, driving just doesn't come natural for me, Oh, how I wish it was like playing piano by ear. I am flummoxed by directions that bring me to tears, As I travel south when it's really north I'd planned to steer. Written for the Weekend Writing Prompt #247 from... Continue Reading →
Cherry couldn't find her phone. Her breathing was labored, and she didn't feel great. She should have listened to her daughter and bought the alert button for the elderly, but she couldn't get past her desire to appear independent and young for a little longer. She looked out the open door and saw her neighbor... Continue Reading →
A Valentine's Day gift from my Husband, Douglas, two years ago! She got lost on the way to the latest museum. Traveling alone near Aberdeen, Scotland, she had two things on her mind as she approached a small village: rest and food. She wasn't looking for romance, as no one had ever shown an interest... Continue Reading →