stairs The night her father died, the elevator was out of order. They had moved in a week ago into the brand new building, making several trips up in the elevator piled with furniture. The phone had yet to … Continue reading
Velvet verbosity #381 Place I tell Ivy, my dog, to move off the rug and onto her own place on the red blanket. Ivy is a sweet and loving dog and has a very special place in my heart … Continue reading
Dream Teacher You can choose any person from history to teach you any topic you want. Who’s your teacher, and what do they teach you? I’m a little embarrassed by my initial and immediate response since its Buddha. Its … Continue reading
What Gabriel García Márquez Taught Me.
Originally posted on Perspectives on Life, the Universe and Everything:
However it is It’s my home My castle, my life In hunger, in strife My refuge, my dome It’s my home Don’t say bad things it’s not posh You look…
Unsafe Containers Which emotion(s) — joy, envy, rage, pity, or something else — do you find to be the hardest to contain I love the way this is expressed. Unsafe containers. What an original and graphic way to describe a … Continue reading