Too Soon?

Well at least they don’t have my end date yet! I’ll keep checking. But how do I tell you when they have my end date? Inspiration provided by The Daily Prompt.  

Life Line

Daily Prompt   Hands He may not be a palm reader but those hands tell a story. What does he tell me? “Hold on to my hand, Even if someday I’ll be gone… Continue reading

Hanging in the balance

Thanks to Creative Challenge

Abandoned Again

Word Fix At 56 He felt alone. And cold. He knew this adventure would not end up in success. This was a different feeling than about 2 hours ago. They had fun just… Continue reading

Moved to Tears

The Daily Prompt: Describe the last time you were moved to tears by something beautiful. Photographers, artists, poets: show us BEAUTY. I took this picture riding a camel in the sands of Giza… Continue reading

Leon’s Farm Market

My father owned a farm market in Flint, Michigan. Both my mother and myself were his employees. the open aired farm market was open from the Easter, when we started selling Lillie’s until… Continue reading

Never Again:Deer Hunting

Daily Prompt Have you ever gone to a new place or tried a new experience and thought to yourself, “I’m never doing that again!” Tell us about it. Never again will I go deer hunting.… Continue reading

Flint Michigan

Flint Michigan is where I grew up, went to high school, and worked my first few jobs. I was a substitute school teacher where I learned around 6 am what school and grade… Continue reading

Pat on the Back—Cancer Survivors

The Daily Prompt: Tell someone you’re proud of just how proud you are. Photographers, artists, poets: show us SUCCESS. Annual Race for the Cure 2013, Raleigh, North Carolina. A truly inspiring sight. After… Continue reading

Castle — A Word A Week Challenge

This is Thornbury Castle Hotel in South Gloucestershire in England. We were one of the few guest that DID NOT fly  in! One of my memories was as my wife and I got… Continue reading

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