My lovely friend and fellow bird lover, Linda Baie, is hosting this week at Teacher Dance! If you don’t follow her on Instagram, you should! This week I have one of my morning poems illustrated with a photo from Wikimedia Commons — a Turkish flamingo!
In early October, Mark and I drove to New Mexico to see my mom and Granny. They are 77 & 97. Both suffer from dementia, but are completely different in temperament. Granny can suffer from nightmares all night, but say she slept fine. Her positive attitude is an inspiration. I finally got to see the […]
It’s Poetry Friday! Be sure you’ve eaten your breakfast before you go to Jama‘s for the round-up, or you’ll be rationalizing sugar button cupcakes for breakfast. (As if that is a bad thing!) This week I’m taking a break from haiku posts and sharing a poem that’s nearly a year old, but recently discovered in […]
It’s Poetry Friday, and the last one in May. Margaret is hosting at Reflections on the Teche. One day last week I stopped my car in the middle of the road for a family of geese to make their way across. I drafted at least five different poems, scrapping each. I persisted because my friend […]