My Cup Runneth Over: Checking in and Deciding What’s Next

Hello Friends! It’s been so long! I’ve thought about you nearly every day since I last wrote, on July 18th. Wasn’t that all about circuses and monkeys? Could you relate? If you’re into astrology at all, that was as we were heading into the July 26th Mercury Retrograde, which is about to end in the […]

Daily Blog Challenge: Day 20 – The Best Gift I Ever Received

This one is easy – I got the best gift ever just a few weeks ago. It was a late Christmas gift. Do you want to see it? Here it is: Pretty spectacular, isn’t it? The lovely shade of…brown? The slightly discolored cuffs? The missing button? I’m sure you would understand if you could smell it’s […]

Blog Challenge Day 5 – My Favorite Childhood Memory

This One Is Easy I have a lot of good memories from my childhood – riding around the neighborhood on my blue Schwinn with the big white banana seat imagining all the empty lots around my house were filled with horses. I went so far as to pick my favorite horses from my collection of […]

Daily Blog Challenge Day 3: My Favorite Movies

My Favorite Movies Today’s challenge should be pretty easy – I don’t have a long list of favorite movies. I know some poeple like to watch a certain movie over and over again. I am not one of those people. Rarely do I watch a movie more than once. What’s the point, when there are […]

Fearless Writing Challenge, Day 69: What I Wanted to Be

The first thing I can remember wanting to be is a ballerina. I suppose that is not that original, for girls of my generation. I loved the movie, The Turning Point, and I had pictures of Barishnykov on my walls. Then, I wanted to be an Arabian horse trainer. I was in love with Arabian horses, for […]

Fearless Writing Challenge, Day 50: My Biggest Childhood Worry

I was a happy kid, despite the looks of this ^^ photo. Even though we didn’t have much my needs were met. Food, shelter, love. #allthere I remember my mom canning, making her own yogurt, baking bread and sewing clothes for me – and my dolls. I also recall tearing food stamps out of their […]