peering through living room window, searching hoping you will come around even if to say good-bye. Credit: CliipStock *Dear reader of what might possibly be horrible writing, the disclaimer still applies.
Black notes. White keys. Your tempo--my melody Harmony. Credit: Stockvault *This piece was written because I had to write. I almost didn't.
Credit: Time Out My family and I drove up to Yorktown Heights from the North Bronx to pick peaches on White Hill Road at Wilken's Farm. For some reason, I want you to know that. A long enough distance away-but not far enough- in the wake of terror that has left New York City naked, … Continue reading GEWURZTRAMINER: I CAN PRONOUNCE IT!
Sometimes binging tv. isn't a writer's worst enemy.
I had to reblog this because I enjoyed this post so much!
We can learn a lot from these precious creatures who’s natural instinct is to protect their community.
Parent knows the youngster is somewhere close by, they can hear it!
Now the youngster is looking for somebody to help.
About ten minutes after we shot these videos we saw both the young and old robins in our front yard. The adult was catching worms and grubs and feeding the youngster. Guess all is well, at least for a while.
EPISODE 1 Disclaimer: There will be no hyperlinks, videos, tik toks, etc., in this post. I'm truly speaking to power here. If you choose to read further, you'll hear me. I hope. If you are reading this right now, it means you love me. You still read my random musings even though you are my … Continue reading Still Running Up: Ode to Kate Bush and Stranger Things Have Saved My Life.
"Dad's home!" I announce more for my benefit then theirs. The kids know to watch the clock and it's now 2:50. I'm the one that has to keep an eye on the time and if I'm not careful, my private "wine" down time last longer than it should, which defeats the purpose of the "wine … Continue reading The Road To Perdition-Part 1
This quote and others like it-mostly found in the Bible-Romans 12:12 to be precise-have strengthen and encouraged me to persevere, even when the challenges I endure have me wanting to give up. But I won’t and I can’t. All good things come to those who wait and I have learned that patience is definitely a virtue. One I’m longing to be better at. One day at a time.
Yes. I am. And I'm scared to death. I have this annoying (and self sabotaging) habit of collecting articles, stories, quotes, etcetera, from (or about) successful artists who were considered either amateurs, novices or talentless, in their chosen field, yet they relentlessly pursued their passion with fierce determination, despite skeptics and critics. They felt the … Continue reading YOU ARE A TOTAL AMATEUR