It’s Just a Routine – Six Sentence Story

I had my list of the items I needed to get at the bakery/deli for dinner along with some empty cans to take back to the beer store, a prescription that needed filling, and Al added a six-pack of Pepsi to the list and we needed tomatoes. There wasn’t the usual traffic that I wasContinue reading “It’s Just a Routine – Six Sentence Story”


The following is written for a challenge over at Fandango’s called Fandango’s February Expression #22. You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make it drink Your assignment, should you choose to accept it, will be to post a story, a poem, an image, an interpretation of what the expression means to you,Continue reading “Liberty”

A Woman’s Place is in the Home #FFE

A woman’s place is in the home, or a woman’s place is in the kitchen reminds me of a story my father told me long ago. He was in the Canadian Navy and was in Scotland during WWII. He’d just met a young woman and she’d taken him home to meet her parents. After theContinue reading “A Woman’s Place is in the Home #FFE”

How Much Farther

This was written for today’s FOWC With Fandango or Fandango’s One Word Challenge. Today’s word is “MAP”.  My dad and I were traveling from Montreal to Los Angeles and I was the map reader. This was many years ago. When I think back now about it I have to laugh. Dad would ask how muchContinue reading “How Much Farther”

Follow Your Dreams

Available on Amazon   She longed to write poetry ever since she was three determined to be a writer was her dream you see. At six she decided she’d write a book one day then someone told her she should write a play. In school, she took a class all about Poe and had toContinue reading “Follow Your Dreams”

Catch and Release

This was written for Six Sentence Story over at Denise’s. Liberty, an Irish Setter, was a beautiful, well behaved, dog that my mom and dad had rescued back in the late ’70s. She was funny as when we’d go for car rides, she wouldn’t do her business anywhere other than in our backyard. It didn’tContinue reading “Catch and Release”