Friday Fictioneers: You Said

Thursday afternoon: What? You said I could pick any day. I didn’t think you’d pick this weekend. Any day. Okay, but a balloon? You said I could pick the venue. I though the… Continue reading

Forgive Me

My great-grandfather owned a plantation. As far as I know he never physically abused anyone, but he did own them.  If I told some African Americans about my great-grandfather, they might hate me… Continue reading

Sunday Trees: 447

  Sunday Photo is hosted by Becca Givens and is all about trees. I was walking around a lake when my eye was caught by this beautiful pink flowered tree. It was too… Continue reading

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Benches

This week Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge is Benches. Cee’s photos. My entry:

Sunday Trees – 446

Sunday Trees – 446 is hosted by Becca Givens and is all about trees. Here is my entry: I’m fascinated by dead trees that still produce life. Do you see the sapling growing out… Continue reading

Crimson’s Creative Challenge: Under the Bridge

I built my solo canoe. First day out with my new canoe, was on January 1, on the Mississippi River. I forget the year. The river was frozen except for a mile and… Continue reading

NASA Launch

Next try for history is Live on NASA SpaceX launch 3:22 NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

New Blog Buddy: Gottfried

I have a new blog buddy, Gottfried of Banter Republic. “Banter” does that suggest anything? We bonded over Ford Perfect’s towel. He posts about the difficulties of life. Gottfried is brilliant. At least… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneers: The Secret

For a thousand years, she slept to keep a secret that she believed would have devastated the heavenlies and the land below.  She woke to find a war in the heavenlies and distribution… Continue reading

Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge: It’s All About Nature

This week Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge is It’s All About Nature. Here is my entry:

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