Tag Archive: travel

Been there, Done that, Don’t want to live it again.

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I’m often asked, “Why don’t you want to live in California?” Aside from the fact that it’s twice as expensive to live in as north Florida and it should be designated as the capital… Continue reading

Reset

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Today is … if-it-requires-thinking-I-ain’t-doin’-it … day.  . Yesterday at work, I was like a half-blind zombie stumbling against walls and staring at a computer screen.  Yes, the important things were completed . .… Continue reading

Love, catten style

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A bit of background:  3 weeks ago, traveled from Florida to California for extreme editing.   In case you think it was simply a vacation, only 2 days were spent on activities other… Continue reading

What I miss the most about home

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I’m presently in California for Marathon book editing.  While I watch the clouds roll into the valley and enjoy the mountain view, a part of me is thinking about what I miss the most.… Continue reading

Things that make me go, “Why?”

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Things that belong under the heading of, “Why?” In public restrooms:  Why do hand driers in Florida spin out hot air while hand driers in Minnesota blast out cold air?  In Florida offices:  Why… Continue reading

A little fall humor

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  I was freezing this morning and the heater is on as I write this combination haiku and tourist bulletin at 7pm.   Hard to believe it’s 60 degrees, but cold waves do… Continue reading

Beckon

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Deserted pathways,  toward a light on the hill, beckon to darkness.  

Coffeegrounded and FloridaBorne

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After several days fighting off strep with antibiotics that would choke a horse, I am back among the living (sort of).   Coffeegrounded and I planned to meet on Saturday, but my daughter… Continue reading

Travel storm

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No, I haven’t written a post in 2 days Yes, it’s because of a 1st world problem. The Jacksonville to Baltimore to Oklahoma city 6-hour “jaunt” ended up to be circling Baltimore for an… Continue reading

Haiku Contest Week 1 – The Road

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Photo from my personal stash. Taken near Bromont, Quebec in Spring of 2014. Dear Readers, Your assignment, should you decide to accept it, is to write your own Haiku about this photo and… Continue reading