Friday Fictioneer: Look – Don’t Touch

“What’s that?” I asked. “A rams head,” Mom said. “What’s that?” “A box of files,” Mom said. “What’s got into you, child?” I didn’t understand. There was no head or box. There were… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Containers

Boxes, tanks, wrappers: for this week’s Photo Challenge, show us something that contains something else. Here is someone’s flower garden all in containers. This garden takes much love and care for the flowers… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Relic

This Weekly Photo Challenge is Relic and it asks, “What images does “relic” conjure for you? A well-worn piece of blue beach glass, the faded pencil markings from a high-school journal, or the curmudgeonly… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneer: King Forever

“I will be king forever.” “And what will you give me for granting such an audacious request?” the witch asked. “You’re a witch. What is there that you cannot conjure for yourself?” “I am… Continue reading

Daily Prompt: That Darn Cat

Today, The Daily Prompt is: An Odd Trio. “Today, you can write about whatever you what — but your post must include, in whatever role you see fit, a cat, a bowl of soup,… Continue reading

Minnehaha Falls

This image, taken by MinnPost photo by Steve Date, is what Minnehah Falls usually looks like. The next photos shows what the falls looks like at flood stage. Looking over the the top… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Contrast

This week’s photo challenge asks “Light and dark, tall and short, happy and sad — this week, share a shot that captures a contrast.” This is the time of year when turtles lay… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneer: The Door

Mom never believed us. She didn’t think we were liars, she thought we were great storytellers. We told her of dragons and goblins; of worlds where clouds held cities; and a kingdom with… Continue reading

Mississippi River: Overlook

You can see more Mississippi photos under Mississippi Project.

Mississippi River: Rain Drenched

I planned to stand in the same spot as in the last Mississippi River Post, but that particular spot is now part of the river. All these photos in Manomin Park are usually… Continue reading