Archive for October, 2012

Where No One Lives

Kellie’s back, and Free Write Friday is on! For those who don’t know, Kellie has been out of pocket for a month or so, and we have missed her dearly! For her weekly Free Write Friday return edition, she has given us a one word prompt: Abandoned. (That’s how we–her fans and followers–felt while she was gone!) Seems she and her family went on vacation, came back, and then started a remodel on their home. THEN, they promptly encountered serious problems, which resulted in them not being able to live in their house for several weeks. Yikes! Anyway, I might write something new for FWF later today, but for now, I’m going to share this favorite old poem of mine with you. I think Kellie has probably read it, but I bet it will have a whole new meaning to her now! Read the rest of this entry »

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Like a Lazy River on a Warm Spring Day ~ October 26

Like a Lazy River on a Warm Spring Day

Now that’s peaceful! Read the rest of this entry »

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When Good Things Happen to Bad People ~ October 25

When Good Things Happen to Bad People

That used to bother me Read the rest of this entry »

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On the Right Path? ~ October 24

On the Right Path?

No, but I did cross it occasionally! Read the rest of this entry »

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Pretty Flowers

You’ve probably heard the expression “growing like weeds”. Weeds seem to grow fast and get out of control quickly. Well, I don’t like weeds, and do my best to keep them out of my yard, but most times I feel I’m fighting a battle I can’t win. And, yes, there are undertones in this simple poem about “weeds”. I’ll leave them to your imagination, and I welcome your comments. Read the rest of this entry »

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Watch Me! ~ October 23

Watch Me!

I’m the best bad example ever! Read the rest of this entry »

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Cool, As In Cat

The people I live with named me “Cool”, so I try to live up to the name. They’ve got a butt-load of cats, and it beats me how they can remember which cat is called what. But, hey, I’m cool with that; they always seem to get my name right, and the food dish is always full when I’m hungry. Read the rest of this entry »

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