Emotionally Unstable

A six sentence story about a man named John who wasn’t ready to be released from a psychiatric hospital.

The Joy of Aging

This post is for Six Sentence Story. The prompt word – memory. It seems lately that I’m aging faster than I’d like to, but I suppose everyone feels that way when they hit a certain age. Looking in the mirror I see my older self but when I’m out and about carrying on with myContinue reading “The Joy of Aging”

Childhood Memories

This is written for Wordle #128.  Use all the words in the picture creatively. 1. 1960s 2. Insert 3. Rush 4. Tag 5. Unknown 6. Svelte 7. Temporize verb (used without object), tem·po·rized, tem·po·riz·ing. to be indecisive or evasive to gain time or delay acting. to comply with the time or occasion; yield temporarily or ostensibly to prevailing opinion or circumstances. to treat or parley so as to gain time (usually followed by with). to come to terms (usually followed by with ). to effect a compromise (usually followed by between ).   8. Complex 9. Curls 10. Heiligenschein (German for “halo” or “aureola”, pronounced [ˈhaɪlɪɡənˌʃaɪn]) is an optical phenomenon in which aContinue reading “Childhood Memories”

What to Have for Easter Dinner

My son and I were discussing the Easter Sunday dinner menu like we do for most holiday family dinners since we both love to cook and usually end up making most of the meal together. This year we are having a bit of a dilemma as we cannot come to an agreement on what typeContinue reading “What to Have for Easter Dinner”

Place In My Heart

Missing you with all my heart, Bruce and hoping that you’re in a good place now, free from pain, and happy. You were my shadow, always there beside me, protecting me from harm, full of wet sloppy kisses, and you were such a charm. Remembering the day that we had to say goodbye, was oneContinue reading “Place In My Heart”

Sunday Afternoon Drive

It was Sunday and I was out for a drive with my parents on a beautiful sunny Sunday afternoon in California heading to Griffith Park. We happened upon a traffic jam, not unusual for Los Angeles, and there was a car beside us with several young guys looking over at me in the backseat. OurContinue reading “Sunday Afternoon Drive”