JOELLE’S TALES: FIRST THURSDAY OF THE MONTH #TMAT120 #WRITING #PROMPT FOR MARCH 7, 2019

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PLEASE participate It’s not like I’m asking you to give a cat an enema.   TELL ME A TALE IN (EXACTLY) 120 WORDS     Welcome to MARCH 7!   Today’s prompt is:  A funny… Continue reading

Rant : Tired

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Ever get to that point in life…where you’re just flat-out, been-through-ther-ringer…TIRED?  Tired of cats drinking water out of your cup while you type on a substandard keyboard that makes your fingers cramp? Tired… Continue reading

Poet’s block?

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The occasional poet wanders a barren hallway searching rooms…finding  walls white, without…without mirrors, beds, elegance. . Eyes open, curling cats sleep away their meals as I starve within desolate white walls, searching for… Continue reading

Magic : just another word for “I don’t know what the hell it is.”

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And now for a (drum-roll) bit of Senseless Weekend Sarcasm. MAGIC. I see that word thrown around like fairy dust in a P. Pan movie. One of my favorite SciFi writers said it… Continue reading

The writer’s not-quite-bright cat

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Other Brother Coon Cat (OBCC) is about to find my last nerve and stomp on it. . I was sleeping soundly when, around 11:45, I heard a BAM, a rustling of bushes, and… Continue reading

$366 Cat

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Other Brother Coon Cat (aka OBCC)  is middle-aged  — almost 9 years old.  This weekend he was going to the litter box at least once every half hour, most of the time nothing… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Life

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Life. That place between birth and death. Some days I think Birth and Death have a bet going.  Can’t you just see it? Birth says, “Let’s throw some humans on top of Earth… Continue reading

Seriously flawed standards

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Now, on a serious note. I happened upon a writer on Twitter and Facebook: Dakota Willink Her Twitter introduction:  “Amazon Int’l Bestselling Romance Author | Survived my 1st publishing with coffee & wine… Continue reading

Word fun

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(Another name for this post could’ve been:  HOW TO GET A 403 MESSAGE FROM WP when attempting a spellcheck.) I’ve been accused of a terrible crime:  Using big words. Who knew that hydrochlorothiazide… Continue reading

Intermission

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Did you know that epic movies — the ones made decades ago — had an intermission? When “Titanic” circulated the theaters, my daughter and I sat through the entire thing.  At the end… Continue reading