I expected activities to slow down this Christmas because of the pandemic, but think again. I noticed the frantic internal rush to spend money began around mid-November, and it reached a boiling point hours before Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber Monday…and it hasn’t let up. The breaking of Hoover Dam would be comparable to this adrenalin… Continue reading A Credit Card Christmas
All I want to do is write something and post it. Is that too complicated? Well it wasn’t for several years, but suddenly it has become cumbersome, awkward, confusing, frustrating, and yes, complicated. The new WordPress block editor is driving me a bit nuttier than I have been known to be. And I want to… Continue reading What Happened to Simple?
Whee, it’s over! But it isn’t. The chaos continues and we, the American citizens are left shaking our heads and our fists shouting ‘Enough already!” With both sides claiming victory when about 5 million votes separate the two, it is hard to understand how there could be this much controversy. But hey, we have been… Continue reading Is it Over?
I’ve sharing more 50-word musings written this week. Hope you enjoy. Ritual I stare at the razor resting on my body, remembering hair curled under her stockings, glimpsed if she lifted her skirt. Unshaven legs on a woman? Maybe she hides more under her arms. The sharp edge slides across my skin. I feel the… Continue reading More Musings
Seems even statues want to protect themselves and others from Covid-19. I think the pink is a nice touch.
I visited the park today and stopped at the Butterfly Garden. Not terribly thrilled with the shots I took, but I discovered taking pictures of these lovely creatures is harder than it looks. See some flower pictures that may not feature butterflies at Cee’s Flower of the Day Photo Challenge https://ceenphotography.com/2020/10/27/fotd-october-28-peony/
Here is an early Christmas picture taken last year while visiting Oaxaca during the holidays that is my contribution to Trevor Carpenter’s Photo Challenge with the prompt of Yellow. Merry Christmas early! https://photochallenge.tempusaura.com/2020/10/2020-week-43-yellow/
These roes create a scent-filled room plus a beautiful addition to any vase. See more flower pictures at Cee’s Flower of the D’ay photo challenge
Fall means change and nothing shows change quite like colors in leaves. From years past I’ve pulled a couple of pictures that show the season’s beauty in southeastern Oklahoma. See more leaves of change at https://lingeringvisions.wordpress.com/2020/09/29/festival-of-leaves-2020-week-2-walnut-tree-in-my-back-yard/
I’ve come to believe humor may be the best way to dismantle an overgrown ego. What bully do you know or have encountered who can stand to be mocked, laughed at or discounted by the jab of a joke? Most people who have a habit of pushing people around and belittling them are ill-equipped to… Continue reading Power of Humor