This challenge is hosted by Sonya – @ Only 100 Words – The idea? 3 lines about the picture, no matter how long or short, but only three lines! Chipped She keeps telling me it’s time to go, but all I can see is her nail polish reflecting the gaudiness of her sequinned sweater, costume jewelry, and… Continue reading Three Line Tales: Chipped
This challenge is hosted by Sonya – @ Only 100 Words – The idea? 3 lines about the picture, no matter how long or short, but only three lines! Thunder See the lightening hear the crash ‘but the thunder rolls’ Although I can’t find the ‘Official’ video….too riske? And the fight back: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I linked up —… Continue reading Three Line Tales: Thunder
As it turns out, maybe not! I’ve been knee deep in remodeling, traveling, PokemonGo! and a little vacationing this summer. Turns out the posts I thought I had set to post, didn’t. I switched to a new iPhone and can no longer access my social media as I had in the past. It’s a learning… Continue reading Hello? Is this thing on?
via The Truth Hurts – We take everything for Granted — Be Like Water
This challenge is hosted by Sonya – @ Only 100 Words – The idea? 3 lines about the picture, no matter how long or short, but only three lines! Unloved Tossed into a heap of many unrecognizable Yet left alone ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I linked up — why not take a whirl, it could be fun for you too!… Continue reading Three Line Tales: Unloved
Image Credit – Buzzfeed, Isabelle Laureta PAGSOMO! a fire rages inside my heart screams of rage pierce my ears I use the quiet grace and space within to quell the storm We’ve been watching the Pirates of the Caribbean movies; last night’s installment was At World’s End This haunting song was helping me find… Continue reading Reworked Words: Word High July – PAGSOMO!
When I write my children notes, send them texts, write an email, I often stop and think about who is sending this: is it ME or is it MOM? Crazy, right? When did my persona split, become two…when did this divergence happen? For many parents, this happens early on – parental and public lives are… Continue reading Remembering to sign my name: Mom