The Truth about Rubber and Glue

The following prompt is working in the vein of the old "I'm rubber, you're glue . ." riposte. This chummy challenge was created by those two mistresses of mayhem- Dale of A Dalectable Life and Karen of Table for One.  Do not ask me how these ladies come up with the craziness. But I'll try 'me best… Continue reading The Truth about Rubber and Glue

Not my Circus, Not my Monkeys- A Prompt Post

The following post is the result of a writing prompt that was concocted by Dale Rogerson and Karen Craven. These two ladies are nothing but trouble, so it's a good thing I was raised Catholic and can appreciate this kind of company. Seriously, these gals represent when it comes to the written word. I'm just… Continue reading Not my Circus, Not my Monkeys- A Prompt Post

The Journey Of A Million Dreams (Pt.3)

I find my rhythm on a straightaway, digging through a boot deep snow that absorbs my footprints in eclipsing spirals of steam. It's temporary, the evidence of my trespass into these woods; a metaphor for the life we live. Footprints which will collapse into forever before too long, but meaningful ones in the moment. The… Continue reading The Journey Of A Million Dreams (Pt.3)

Re-purposing the ‘stragglers’ in my draft folder- A Writing Challenge

We all have them. Stragglers. Those loose thoughts we jot down and store in our draft folders for future reference. It could be a word, a line, a paragraph that just hits us in a given moment. Problem with yours truly, is that I oftentimes forget what in the hell I was thinking in that… Continue reading Re-purposing the ‘stragglers’ in my draft folder- A Writing Challenge

The Journey of a Million Dreams . . . (Pt.2)

This is the second installment of a three part series documenting a recent hike I took along the Appalachian Trail. It was a simple hike whose lessons spoke to me.  As I trekked along the snow laden trail, my thoughts turned to the obligations of this age we live in. Efficacy is the watermark of… Continue reading The Journey of a Million Dreams . . . (Pt.2)