Weather worn, ancient Old bones creaking, complaining Winter winds blowing Continue reading Barn find
I went to the doctor Complaining about my eyes. No matter how much I narrowed my view, I couldn’t see my present clearly. When I squinted, my lids mere slits, Everything remained dim and hazy. When I looked to my future I couldn’t see the long-term. Shading my vision against Glaring stars and shiny promises, The outlook was wavering and out of focus. Lines of … Continue reading Hindsight
Norma Feherty didn’t believe that anyone was truly clairvoyant. People could be extremely intuitive, or observant. They could be experts at misdirection or mental sleight of hand, but no one had vatic visions. That was, she didn’t believe until she met Madam Weronika Nagy. She wasn’t one of those trailer psyches who asked open-ended questions. She made proclamations and Nostradamus prophecies. As exact as the … Continue reading A square inside a circle
After several weeks of stress and frustration, I finally had a chance to get away and let go of all my troubles. I headed to the beach. It’s like going camping. I brought a chair and blanket; a windbreak umbrella; a cooler full of lunch, drinks and snacks; a good book; sunscreen and a wide-brim floppy hair; sunglasses; a boogie board to float on; and sand … Continue reading It’s been a good day
Friday night I went to a political rally, and didn’t even get a T-shirt. I traveled almost two hours, one-way, to attend a rally for presidential hopeful Donald Trump. All of my friends, to a person – saving the friend I went with to the event – questioned my sanity. If I am anything, I am pragmatic. The purpose of this trip was to get … Continue reading Give me a T, give me an R, give me a U, M, P!