I live in Florida, a state where we don't have clear delineation of seasons. We have Hot, HOTTER, mild, and rain. There is very little change in fall foliage - palm trees don't drop their fronds or turn luscious shades of gold and red - and it doesn't get cold (Deep South cold) until mid- … Continue reading Winter’s ‘a comin’
“It’s the 21st century, you have to change with the times.” Dressed in his pinstriped suit, he was the epitome of “corporate.” “Like I always say, ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’.” I looked down at him over my glasses. “You’re right, it’s not broke, but it’s not efficient.” Holding his newfangled electronic notepad, … Continue reading Modernizing
A beach holiday
Saturday dawned cool, but sunny. It was Dec. 1, I finished with NaNoWriMo (and successfully, thankyouverymuch!) and since I had missed my photo hike last weekend, I got an early start this weekend. My goal was to attempt a sort of Christmas shot. The beaches around here truly are snow-white. It's similar not only in … Continue reading A beach holiday
Christmas Eve Florida style
Living on the Florida Gulf Coast has its own perks. One being that on Christmas Eve it's perfectly normal to go to the beach, especially when it's such a beautiful day. Yes, the sand really is that white; and yes, the sky really is that blue. The temps were in the high 50s, a little … Continue reading Christmas Eve Florida style
Reason for the season
White lights and faux trees Peace on earth, good will toward men Which one to honor? * Haiku Friday is hosted by Lou at LouCeeL.
One lump or two?
I thought this prompt would be a stumper. The only thing I could initially come up with for "lumpy" was my Muffin Top. The chances of me posting a photo of that? Yeah, not gonna happen. Then, this morning in anticipation of my daughter's visit home during her Christmas Break from school, I made cookies... and … Continue reading One lump or two?