The following post was inspired by V.J.’s Weekly Challenge #93: remember. My three sons. Oh how I miss those days so much Getting a smile from a gentle touch Watching you sleep was such a joy I was blessed with 3 baby boys …continued here Our Wedding Day Remembering back I haveContinue reading “Remembering Back”
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This week over at V.J’s the weekly challenge is IMAGINARY. When I was a little girl I would go on many long car rides with my parents. One year we were driving to Old Orchard Beach, Maine for our vacation and that’s when I came up with an imaginary friend that I called, myContinue reading “Imaginary Friend”
Fun With Clichés
“Extract from a cartoon by Priestman Atkinson, from the Punch Almanack for 1885, mocking clichéd expressions in the popular literature of the time” The following was written for a challenge over at V.J.’s called: V.J.’s Weekly Challenge #86: cliché The grass is always greener or so they say But my grass is a laborContinue reading “Fun With Clichés”
What Does Resilience Mean to You?
V.J.’s Weekly Challenge #64: resilience There is a catch to this week’s challenge: I don’t want you to use the word itself, but to illustrate what resilience means to you.
Persistence Pays Off
This weeks challenge is “Language” French was not a favorite subject of Katie’s and she hated the homework that went with the class. She’d bring home her homework and her mother would always insist on helping her with French as she was failing the class. Her mother would make her write out un,Continue reading “Persistence Pays Off”
Deep in the Forest
This was written for V.J.’s Weekly Challenge. Image by SplitShire from Pixabay In the forest, I’m engulfed by trees Lush and green, with hints of pine aroma Wildflowers carpeting the floor Adding to the beauty of nature Here is where I want to be Away from the noise of the city ©Susan ZutautasContinue reading “Deep in the Forest”