Tag Archive: dogs

What?

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There are some things that can only be explained by saying, “I don’t know what got into me.” Our neighbor was taken away in an ambulance months ago.  My better half went over… Continue reading

Dingo Dog

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I’m not in the mood to write much today.   My Carolina Dingo mutt always loved to lay by the bathroom door.  I’ve had to open it 2 feet away and step over him… Continue reading

Senseless Monday Sarcasm : Doggone it

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I actually started this on Friday.  Now, it’s Monday, and I lost the original draft.   How did that happen? Hell if I know.  Add it to the list of bad stuff that has… Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday : Life in the fast lane (aka: my bed)

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Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Chillin’

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When I began to write this on a Sunday morning, it was a chilly 66F in Florida(18.9C for everyone else in the world).  Now, it’s Tuesday and 64F. I hate winter. The dogs… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Language

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I’ve mentioned many times that my son is the multi-lingual poet in the family.  I know how to ask “Where’s the bathroom” in 4 languages. 😏 “Donde esta el banjo?” Enough about my… Continue reading

Fireworks rant

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In my childhood,  I lit sparklers during the 4th of July. That’s it…no rockets, no spinners, no barbecue.  We talked about the reason we celebrated the holiday: Our founding fathers declared their independence… Continue reading

Ronovan Writes Décima Poetry Challenge : Dog Logs

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Ronovan Writes Décima Poetry Challenge Prompt No. 64: (CLAP) in the A rhyme line. If you want to participate, here’s the link:  Ronovan Writes <_><_><_> A humorous entry, based on the fact that I… Continue reading

99 word prompt : leash

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June 3, 2021, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story being leashed. Is it literal or metaphorical? Who or what is leashed. How does it set the tone? Go… Continue reading

Senseless weekend sarcasm : Flushed

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My desire to write, as of late, is in the toilet:  I’m flushed with ideas, none of them worth a…feces. Poetry: Roses are red Violets are blue All of my poems belong in… Continue reading