- Proof Positive!
- Weekly Photo Challenge: [Noise] In the Background
- My Birds Have Gone Catatonic!
- Groucho Finch
- Trouble in WP City?
- Dove Whispers
- Food Fight
- Spam–> the breakfast of champions . . . or not
- Sunday Haiku
- After the Rain
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Escape
- Yard Trek–The Next Generation
- Oh, No . . . Mustn’t Forget the Mama!!!
- I Must Thank My Squirrel
- Let Us Pray
- The Last Thing My Stupid Brother Said . . .
- My Stupid Brother Said . . .
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Pattern #2
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Monthly Archives: March 2012
#3 and #4 sons in Sequoia–suits the topic, I think!
Orderly rows, grasses tended and flower decorated, memories revisited– granite guardians of loves lost, waiting for the trumpet.
Row upon row, neatly stacked, shelter for spiders and skittering mice, ready for kid-climbing and stove-burning and picture-taking– so carefully arranged.
It could have been a lifelong friendship, a haven’t-seen-you-like-forever-but-everything’s-the-same kind of friendship. We shared tight, little secrets that only capital F Friends should share. We pontificated over politics—all the things we could never change. We wept over children—all the heart-pains … Continue reading
I do love perfection. I just hate what it takes to get there.
Today I passed you on the road. Our eyes didn’t meet through the tint, but I caught the outline of your face as you whisked by. What thoughts were you thinking in your shiny new car? Are you a real … Continue reading
Some might think I should have used a special lens and a tripod to try and get the moon and Jupiter. I prefer to think that the sky is singing.
I was raised to believe that three plus four equals seven. And even six plus one, and two plus five. As I got older and studied more, it became clear to me that not only did twenty-eight divided by four … Continue reading
Eaten or juiced?