Category Archive: travel

1941 Arizona’s native people

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All right.  I’ll admit it.  I’m probably the worst when it comes to dusting.  And I rarely look at my mom’s photo albums hoping the pictures will remain intact if I don’t bother… Continue reading

Grand Canyon 1941

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Anyone reading my blog over the past 1 or 2 years understands:  The only thing consistent about me is inconsistency.   One day I might write a poem about a dog or a… Continue reading

Poetry War – Twas the First of December and….

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This evening I received a snarky email from my blogging partner (I’ll call her floridaborn) stating that she has posted a brand new entry to Poetry War and I should kick myself in… Continue reading

Poetry War: How to alleviate airport anxiety

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Cat scanning luggage  prevents premature boarding   of a basket case.

Poetry Wars – May The Most Moves Win

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HA! I KNEW IT! Already you’re CHEATING!  As per RULE #4: First you, then ME, then you, then ME….. In between, if you must, you can post anything you like but you CAN’T post… Continue reading

Poetry War – The Limerick

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CHEATING? A poem about my Mother is Cheating!?! Now that’s just mean. And because I can hear the Gods laughing I give you this: The Gods Love Circles There once was a horse… Continue reading

Airports

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“Just got back from a pleasure trip:  I took my mother-in-law to the airport.”  –Henny Youngman   I love to fly, to look out at the blue that goes on forever.  It’s as… Continue reading

Like Fingernails down a chalkboard

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Today, I took a plane from Oklahoma City to Houston, then Houston to Jacksonville.  This time my daughter escorted me to the gate and I took a wheelchair ride to the next plane.… Continue reading

Some days, life just…

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Some days, reality just sucks. Take, for example, yesterday. Not that I was in a war, or a car crash, or diagnosed with a rare form of cancer and had 24 hours to… Continue reading

Switzerland

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Mountain meadow cold August air freshens the sky leaving me breathless.