Monthly Archives: April 2018

Kitten’s In The Barn

   Stepping on the porch, he stamps his feet to remove the mud from his boots before taking them off and placing them beside the door. As he enters the kitchen, he immediately smells the familiar aroma of coffee brewing. … Continue reading

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Strange

A few days ago, I changed my WordPress security status to Private.  I’m not sure what it did except, I have not had one reader since I did it, so I suspect I killed it.  I didn’t plan to make … Continue reading

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If Only

If only when I was still young Before most of life’s songs were sung Lost opportunities, my mistake When life was there for me to take If only I had been aware While still my course I could prepare When … Continue reading

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Today

Yesterday, bears the weight of years, Laden heavily with memories, Provides the comfort of the known. The past, indelible, beyond change. Tomorrow, without intervention, Demands my attention, Steeped in the yet unknown Beckons me to explore But today. Today is … Continue reading

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Did I Read That Write

The other day I read an interesting and amusing post by blogger Butterfly Sand relative to the use of punctuation.  Specifically how the use or lack of it can change the meaning of a sentence.  I happen to be a … Continue reading

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Squirrels And Their Nuts

Yes, my title was designed to appeal to everyone, even those among us that have a slightly naughty mind.  I know instinctively that there is not one of you, currently reading this, that jumped on WordPress today looking for a … Continue reading

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How Can I Be Sad

When Mother Nature smiles at me And lays fresh linen on each tree Hiding earths infirmities How can I be sad When tree limbs in new cloaks of snow Where only hints of tree trunks show Bright morning sun sets … Continue reading

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