Category Archives: grandchildren
DAY 16 of National Poetry Month A haiku about a boy who has my heart.
The air in the studio was buzzing with young girl energy, literally and figuratively. We’d come to watch our 8 year old granddaughter participate in one of her many interests, dance. Observing the 8 and 9 year old girls interact … Continue reading
My writing group prompt for this day was to take the 14th picture on my phone and write about it. In the middle of the night I counted my pictures and these words found me. Who knew the assignment would … Continue reading
“You can sit there and be where joy goes to die or you can come get some.” Aubrey to Carter on the TV show “American Crime”. On the TV show “American Crime”, the character Aubrey pawns her body and her … Continue reading
One of my 6 year old granddaughter’s favorite board games is the time honored Candyland, specifically the Disney Princess version. She often insists on playing 2 princesses at once in order to up her odds of winning, but honestly, neither of us are … Continue reading
“I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living. It’s a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope. Which is what I do, and that enables you to … Continue reading
“I love my family, I love myself, and I love this house.” My 4-year-old granddaughter recently spoke these words in response to her Papa and I kissing and proclaiming our love for each other and her. Beyond what she “hears … Continue reading