When to be a parent? When to be a friend? When to speak the truth you feel? When an ear to lend? When do Moms and Dads step in? When Jack or Jill are hurting? When do Moms and Dads bow out? When they'd rather you were averting When is it okay to speak? When … Continue reading When?

Knock Knock

we tread this earth, green and brown finite years of life's countdown crawl, walk, run, and play skip, hop, swoon, and sway egg to fetus to baby, child adolescence, puberty, then teenage wild twenties, thirties, forties, more the time clock ticks but keeps the score we laugh and cry in joy and sorrow always thinking there is a … Continue reading Knock Knock

Flower Power

FLOWER OF THE DAY – OCTOBER 12, 2015 Flowers are the jewels in Mother Nature's crown. They are also perfect subjects for a budding photographer. Their inspiration knows no bounds. I am born to serve An open invitation To be exploited  

Laboriously Laboring and Languidly Lingering this Loathingly Liquid Labor Day

Labor Day. The last holiday before the official end of summer. And this is a steamy one for sure. Humidity levels are through the roof so if you venture into the sun, you'll braise...not bake  🙄 It is a day to celebrate the working person. A day to 'not' work [as long as you don't work in retail, … Continue reading Laboriously Laboring and Languidly Lingering this Loathingly Liquid Labor Day

She Waits

She waits, as she always does, on the south side of the room The same chair, straight, hard The only softness is the faded paisley upon the seat But that comfort is not for her The oak warms in the sun But remains cold and hard against her black skin As she hangs on its back, waiting For her special someone … Continue reading She Waits