On the days I run errands, I map out a short and efficient route. I don’t like backtracking. I want to make a smooth transition from one place to another. Last week, I deviated from my original plan and all hell broke loose. At the end of my run, I decided to make an unscheduled … Continue reading 100 Word Challenge: Daze
I can’t fly, nor read minds. I can’t render myself invisible nor do I have extraordinary strength. I do, however; have a unique superpower. I can find all the lost things. If something is un-find-able, come to me. It can be a specific tool (menfolk territory), a book, or article of clothing that was never … Continue reading 100 Word Challenge: Lost
Back in the day, I was very active in martial arts. I trained 4-5 days a week; I competed at the local, regional and national level; and I was a tournament center judge. When I retired, I was a third-degree black belt in taekwondo. Most regional tournaments were close enough I could drive. One competition … Continue reading It didn’t add up
During my weekly photo hikes, I'm often ambling along deserted trails that are in the middle of nowhere. Most people, even native Floridians, or at least those living in my region of the Sunshine State, have never heard of some of these nature preserves/state hiking trails/state forests and other some such places. There are no … Continue reading Devil’s in the details
By my third loop through the house ~ bedroom. bathroom, laundry room, living room, kitchen ~ I had progressed from confused to annoyed to down right pissed. This frantic forgetfulness happened far too often, but in no other aspect of my life. I can remember names and faces. I can recall minutia from three weeks ago that … Continue reading Lost
Searching for a sign Finding only a guidepost Leading to nowhere * Haiku Friday is hosted by Lou at LouCeeL.