The Five Minute Friday word for this week is place. The plan is to set a time and write for five minutes. This can be hard when the time is done but you aren't quite finished. Today when the time ended, I had a few more words that insisted on being written. A place for everything… Continue reading Place: Does Everything Have One?
Earlier this month my husband and I had a short but lovely vacation in Florida with some of his siblings. The sun, the waves, the sand, the breezes that were both mild and strong, the blue sky and white clouds – all worked together to bring refreshment and reduce stress. Weekly Haiku Challenge… Continue reading Breezes, Sunshine, Waves and Sand: Poetry from the Beach
Welcome back to the #WeeklyHaikuChallenge at Ronovan Writes where the prompts are Spin & Water. As usual I couldn't stop at just one haiku. The seasons seemed to capture my attention this week. Fall Begins Circling round and round Lone leaf falls into water Spins in a whirlpool Sitting on the bank Toes dipped in fresh cool stream… Continue reading Seasons: Unique, Ever Changing, Always Returning
Now is a good time to stop and think about my life. It would be easy to look back and remember all the things I did wrong or regret. I could dwell on each one a long time and keep wishing I could somehow go back in time and make some changes. But the best… Continue reading Now is a Good Time to Wonder Anew
For #FiveMinuteFriday this week the prompt is the word common. The first thing that came to mind when I heard it is a line from “Color Outside the Lines” by Glad. It comes in the bridge of the song and goes like this: You make even common things become a work of art. God is… Continue reading Common Goals Bring People Together
A park is a wonderful place for a child and also a good place for moms to meet and visit while the kids play. When I was a child we would ride our bikes to one about half a mile away. I always loved the swings, because they could go higher than my swing set at… Continue reading A Park is a Wonderful Place