Monthly Archives: July 2018

Ghosts…a very short story

“Do you see them?” he asked. “Yes.  I didn’t think there would be so many,” she said, shivering. “People have been dying for a long time so, of course, there are a lot of them. And these are just the … Continue reading

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Bath Time — Petals Unfolding

I have to admit I’ve begun to believe I have the Luck of the Irish with me these days. I am stunned by all the encounters I’ve had of late that have required being in the right place at the … Continue reading

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The BLUES…

Why did we decide to call misery, sadness, and feeling melancholy, the blues?  We all know what ‘having the blues,” means.  We listen to ‘the blues,’ the music wailing out the downbeat side of life, through saxophones and low throaty … Continue reading

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This plant is always loaded with flowers…it’s amazing…it loves to bloom.

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Emily, after breakfast…

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Rose…

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The Bookstore, A tiny story

“We can talk, if you promise to behave,” she said, staring at the fairy, sitting on the step “You have my word,” he said. “I promise…I will behave.” She walked outside and sat down next to him.  The dog padded … Continue reading

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