My contribution to this week’s Thursday Doors challenge features this door located somewhere in Rome, Italy and I’m thinking it is in or near the Vatican. Much to my sorrow, I can’t say for certain. Suffice to say, I found it impressive. I did not notice the writing above the door at the time, but once… Continue reading Thursday Doors December 1, 2016
Originally posted on OKOTO ENIGMA'S BLOG:
Hey guys😊. I’m still taking a break from writing poems; only for a really short time though. So, it’s time for another tip. I gave tips on Monday;?click here to check it out, and I did a “share your link” post yesterday;?click here to share your link. I…
A group of family women were entertaining themselves over the Thanksgiving dinner table when the topic of weight surfaced. Not unusual after a third helping of pumpkin pie and Blue Bell ice cream. We were lamenting how the distribution of our weight seems to shift, especially when 20, 30, 40 pounds have been added to our… Continue reading What Still Fits ?
Do not ask me what is so interesting about this window because I haven’t any idea. I thought it unusual and I snapped a picture of it as I was walking the neighborhood. Something charming and intriguing about it. It’s not a typical nautical porthole, so what architectural genre is it? Slip on over to… Continue reading Who Wanted This Monday Window?
Who knew? Who knew I would cry in despair for 2 days after the election? Who knew thousands of women across this nation would be crying over the results? Who knew dozens of those women live in within 20 miles of me? Who knew? Well, I didn’t know any of that. It took several… Continue reading “I’m a Liberal,” She Whispered
Originally posted on soulgifts – Telling Tales:
Stewart and his wife Barbara go to the county fair every year. And every year Stewart would say, “Barbara, I’d like to ride in that helicopter” Barbara always replied, “I know Stewart, but that helicopter ride is seventy quid, and seventy quid is seventy quid!” One year later…
I spent the better part of my childhood in the Panhandle of Texas and as a kid it never occurred to me to complain about dust storms…they were part of life, like walking to school, eating dinner with family, hanging out with friends. I either wasn’t very attuned to life around me, or it never… Continue reading Dust Storms