Dog walking is a big deal in San Miguel, almost a status symbol. Pockets of people gather daily in multiple locations to give their pets the ‘pack’ experience of running, playing, growling, fighting, panting, competing and, of course, taking care of their bodily needs in public. Their tongues are hanging out, feet covered in mud,… Continue reading Dogs and Humans After Covid
The sun changed this red begonia to multi shades of pink, rose, red, during midday. I was glad to catch the various colors in the sunlight and shade. See more Cee’s Flower of the Day Photo Challenge. See more at https://ceenphotography.com/2021/05/22/fotd-may-23-bearded-iris/
I have a friend who added some life and color to my patio recently and here are her results:
Not many things surprise me, or even twitch my eyebrows upward. That was, however, before I visited a family member’s home in a small Texas town last month. I thought I was entering a movie scene, a takeoff of a modern day wild west film. Or maybe it was a documentary showing life in a… Continue reading Where to Wear Your Gun
Take a walk with me down the yellow brick road to ‘What If…” It’s a hard road to maneuver because we aren’t certain where it will lead, who will be traveling with us, and how long it will take. But, relax, and let’s explore this trek together. What if we have the same names as we… Continue reading What If…?
My question of the day: When do you quit having jobs, especially unpleasant ones? At my ripe age I figured I was through with jobs, having only aspirations to sit, drink iced tea, write when I feel like it, walk the dogs, take naps. You know, doing things you do because you want to.… Continue reading Pigeon Invasion
Isn’t this flower lovely? Found it tucked away in a garden on my daily walk. See more Flower of the Day submissions at Cee’s Flower of the Day Photo Challenge.
This week’s weekly prompts challenge is for the color Ruby and here is my contribution. See more at https://weeklyprompts.com/2021/05/01/weekly-prompts-colour-challenge-ruby/ A simple woman with demanding burdens Loving but limited, Overwhelmed by life. She did her best, With what she had Children who struggled Repeating her pattern She dreamed of a life Painted the color of her… Continue reading Ruby Was Her Name