In 1970, I was in college and everyone was obsessed with a small slim book titled “Jonathan Livingston Seagull” by Richard Bach. We read it over and over until we practically had the whole thing memorized. “The book tells the story of Jonathan Livingston Seagull, a seagull who is bored with daily squabbles over food.Continue reading “Jonathan Livingston Seagull”
This one is dedicated to my daughter, Courtney Marie, who died 20 years ago on Sept 14th, 2000, at the age of 16. I will also include to collages that I created in her memory. Circle of Life Tickled pink, a baby girlA short lived life, a short lived love. Like the Sisyphus’s boulderConstantly pushingContinue reading “Paint Chip Poetry: Circle of Life”
1. Who do you prefer to discuss politics with?a. partnerb. best friendc. co-workersd. strangerse. parents Mostly with friends who share the same values and politics. Occasionally with my partner. I gave up discussing or debating with strangers as they really don’t want to discuss or debate, they just want to argue. Same with family membersContinue reading “TMI Tuesday – February 16, 2021: That’s Life”
Oh, that’s easy. White Christmas. The movie of these same title is my number one favorite Christmas movie and it’s one of the first ones I watch every year. And every year I cry at the end. The little ballerinas in red pointe shoes reminds me of my fascination with ballet, ballerina and toe shoesContinue reading “30 Day Song Challenge: A Christmas Song with a Color in the Title”
All though I am not religious, I am an Atheist… but like most Atheists I feel thankful and I feel gratitude, just not to a deity, but to the people around me, the opportunities, for the things I have in my life. This song touched me in that way.