Writing

A Poem – Week Forty-Three

This poem, written on July 25, 1996, is about the inevitability of change. Everything Changes Grey skies turn blue And all of a sudden Love is no longer true Best friends are strangers And where things were safe There is now danger People tend to grow apart Sunshine comes through Mending a broken heart The… Continue reading A Poem – Week Forty-Three

Life

#Flashback Friday – Memories of my father

I didn't get this post finished in time for Father's Day last week, but I don't usually recognize the holiday anyway. My father passed away from cancer when I was five. I tried to think of one specific story to tell about him, but I just came up with a few snatches of memory. Writing… Continue reading #Flashback Friday – Memories of my father

Books · Writing

Free poetry e-book in exchange for an honest review

Hello all readers and bloggers. I still need a few volunteers. It only takes about a half hour to read my book. My book has been purchased, but no one has left a review on it yet. I would like to offer a free e-book to anyone willing to offer an honest review on it.… Continue reading Free poetry e-book in exchange for an honest review

Writing

Free poetry e-book in exchange for an honest review

Hello all readers and bloggers. I still need a few volunteers. My book has been purchased, but no one has left a review on it yet. I would like to offer a free e-book to anyone willing to offer an honest review on it. It contains 15 poems, plus corresponding original photos for most of… Continue reading Free poetry e-book in exchange for an honest review

Life

🧓🏾🥩Flashback Friday- The terrible thing I said at my Grandma’s wake🧓🏾🥩

Trigger warnings: death and a funeral In last week's post, I mentioned a trip to my mother's hometown for her mother's funeral. I was only 3 and a half and didn't understand death at all. (By the way, saying that someone who is deceased is sleeping is downright creepy.) I guess it was a sign… Continue reading 🧓🏾🥩Flashback Friday- The terrible thing I said at my Grandma’s wake🧓🏾🥩