I just read an article about a 74 year old woman earning her degree in anthropology alongside her granddaughter. I’d love to get a master’s degree in my field, but there’s one problem. … Continue reading
PLEASE participate It isn’t as much fun as trampling roaches, but a lot less messy. TELL ME A TALE IN 120 WORDS Welcome to May 3. Today’s prompt is: Tell me a… Continue reading
Sunset casts a veil, smoky clouds once glistened white under bright blue skies. At dusk, our mirror reveals only what we wish to see.
Wonder how much better off I would’ve been had I not cashed out my retirement plan for those Metallica tickets 25 years ago? <_><_><_> If you want to participate in one-liner Wednesday, here’s the… Continue reading
As I walk through the forest of my life unraveling the brambles of my thoughts, questions passing through a weary mind, look toward another year of drought. . The machete of a brain… Continue reading
Every second of our lives we say farewell. It flows past us like the air we breathe on a calm, ordinary day. We travel to work 5000 times, spend the day making a… Continue reading
Write-birth I took a test. Seems like a simple concept, but this test was part of a college course for people majoring in Vocational Rehabilitation. It was meant to help us learn how… Continue reading