I’m doing a rehash about an experience after my daughter’s wedding day. The sarcasm is so great in this episode of US vs. TSA that it’s well worth remembering. It seems that somewhere… Continue reading
PLEASE participate It’s not like I’m asking you to have a cow colonoscopy. TELL ME A TALE IN (EXACTLY) 120 WORDS Welcome to AUGUST 1! Today’s prompt is: Where was the last… Continue reading
After jet lag, there’s jet slug. You know what I mean — the time between believing 9 in the morning is still 6 and thinking it’s 7:00am instead. My body is so far… Continue reading
I’m home again. Walked through the door and into the stench of the century. That’s what happens when you live with a man who thinks that cleaning once a year is sufficient. Spent… Continue reading
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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…
In the next few days, I’ll be traveling to Oklahoma City. Why not Hawaii, or an island with pristine white beaches and warm, clear waters? My daughter lives in the center of the… Continue reading
If you want to participate, here’s the link: https://ramblingsofawriter2016.com/2018/02/28/weekly-tanka-prompt-poetry-challenge-week-86-tales-believers/ <_><_><_> Ancient wandering travelers tales titillated reluctant tourists. Believers often found in distant lands diff’rent hardships.
I have a hard time deciding if this is a rant or sarcasm. I have a better chance of discovering the improbability drive than getting a new pair of glasses that aren’t going… Continue reading
Water mirrors life’s ever-changing reflections rippling through time. Grandfather stood on this Earth, yearning to find adventure.
Visiting rural Russia in the summer is one of the items on my “wish list,” along with visiting Peru, Vancouver, Hawaii, Australia and Patagonia and visiting bloggers in London, Canada, India and Australia.… Continue reading