Letting Go of 40 Years

What would you do if a friend of 40 years suddenly stopped talking? Radio silence. No phone calls, no letters, no explanation, no nothing. It will be three years in December since I last talked to my friend. I’ve been alternately sad, hurt and angry at various times, but Thursday was the worst. Perhaps it was the mutual acquaintance I ran into the day before who shared that he had seen my friend a month ago, had lunch with her,Read more

SoCS: Going Somewhere

Abruptly, as I begin this verse, and slowly, as it frames the page, It sits beautifully. The expression of words curve delicately into a prompt. Prompts are delightfully fun and quirky and thought-provoking. Yet, truthfully, a prompt can instill the cold, clammy sweat of writer’s block. I calmly think of what to say, what to do next. Oh my. This should be wickedly fun, not wearily woesome. I absolutely must act briskly and quickly to spin a yarn For I shall be somewhereRead more

One-Liner Wednesday: Ode to Cat

“And though you are not sentient, Spot, and do not comprehend, I nonetheless consider you a true and valued friend.” ~Ode to Spot, by Data~ That shall also be my ode to Ziva, queen of the castle and belly rub temptress. This post is in response to Linda G. Hill’s One-Liner Wednesday series. Feel free to run over to her blog site and join in on the challenge.Read more

Why Am I Here?

My why is a guess. I am quite sure. In life, I do what is best, but reality is never pure. Why am I here? Is it to serve a cat? To give in to fear? To never look good in a hat? My purpose may be to love others as it were Perhaps rise above hatred in the world Be the friend, help a loved one through ups and downs. Or find a way to laugh and have fun in theRead more