Month: March 2016

An Egg and Cliches

Cliches and writing!? Do you find cliches boring and overused? Cliches aren’t new and perhaps, as old as the hills? My question is why do we hear them? Why do we see them? Where did they originate? Do you have… Read More ›

Happy St. Patrick’s Day

Anonymous A Toast to St. Patrick Saint Patrick, the holy and tutelar man; His beard down his bosom like Aaron’s run. Some from Scotland, some from Wales, will declare that’s from where he came, But I care not, now he’s… Read More ›

Let us…

A marvelous day outside Ideas on a mellow ride. Past memories took in stride Let hurtful times be cast aside.  §   “Have a heart that never hardens, a temper that never tries, and a touch that never hurts.” Charles Dickens… Read More ›

Join The Party!

Success!! Yes, the party for my hubby was a blast. He had no clue about what was in store for him. My partner in crime, the organizer of the surprise party, and one of the managers pulled it off perfectly…. Read More ›

Paths to Paradise

“I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library.” Jorge Luis Borges Hallways of the mind defining moments in books and secret nooks Stairways of the mind a mind-boggling maze clouded in a heavy haze Tunnels of… Read More ›