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Pigeon Invasion

    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

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Ruby Was Her Name

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

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Silence

Silence pierces the quiet, and I strain to hear voices.  Are they here, or have they slipped out without alerting me? A visitor in my step daughter’s home for a month and quietness permeates the walls. They seem to whisper, murmuring. Or is it my deafness that mutes their voices? Cabinet doors shut with barely… Continue reading Silence

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Outdoor Seats

Whether with a friend or all alone, outdoor seating has become a solace for many during this year + of Covid isolation. The first picture is my favorite place of all favorites followed by several taken during the past year or so. See many more at https://weeklyprompts.com/2021/04/17/weekly-prompts-weekend-challenge-the-outdoor-seat/.  

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FOTD

It’s spring in Texas and we know because of the Bluebonnets showing their beauty along highways and in open fields throughout the state. The five types of Bluebonnets are all designated as the official flowers of Texas. These I found at the state visitor center on my way back from Oklahoma last week. See more… Continue reading FOTD