Living Will to Die

(From the Writer’s Digest Wednesday Poetry Prompt 486, to write a waste poem) In Loving Memory of Aunt Patty. We Miss You. I see her lay there A shadow of the spark she was. Her mind still there Still aware …at times. I hold her hand Gently, her bones frail. DNR, DNI Her living will … More Living Will to Die

36 Hours

…to go. On Friday morning, I’ll be having another knee surgery. It’s just a scope this time around, but the “fun” part is I won’t know how long I’ll be out from work. It could be two weeks. Or I could be on crutches for up to eight. It all depends on what they find … More 36 Hours

New (Ad)Venture!

There has been so much going on recently that I haven’t stopped to write much. So expect a few more posts to be coming soon. This one, however is to share with you one thing that I’ve started this past month. I’ve started a business. I guess that makes me an entrepreneur, which sounds so … More New (Ad)Venture!

Unexpected Neighbors

We’ve had a lot of different animals come visiting in the yard, especially since we put out a pile of corn and sunflower seeds for the birds, squirrels, and rabbits. Occasional fish guts or chicken bones can bring in the rare visit from our nocturnal scavengers, possums. But for the past week, we haven’t been … More Unexpected Neighbors

The Shadowy Line

All my life I spent in the Dark. Never Seeing Feeling Knowing For myself. I always listened to the Truths of others, Trusting them to guide me, Keep me from going astray Protect me in my naivete Lest I stumble. A sliver of Light, so far away. I run in the Dark stumble fall but … More The Shadowy Line