Life in the big city
Firetrucks are summoned each morning by some unknown alarm, and they race down a nearby road with their sirens wailing.Read more.
Diamonds and Rust
Well, I’ll be damned — Here comes your ghost again But that’s not unusual. It’s just that the moon is fullRead more.
A Mourning Walk
A new genealogy discovery of some note in Georgia. Taking early morning photos with a new Nikon lens. Details ofRead more.
Have you noticed … ?
How much these words sound alike? ARROW – ERA – ERROR “It’s the end of an era,” they say. HowRead more.
Where I am today
Thinking of the sandy old cemetery at the ranch where Texana Clark Fagan is buried under the old live oaksRead more.
Remembering the buffalo
What better way to celebrate Memorial Day than to honor the buffalo by naming him as our “National Mammal” —Read more.
So beware …
of those boarding school lasses And never by beauty be led, The girl who all others surpasses Is the oneRead more.
It’s the name of a store, I know. But it’s also what I am calling this dark space of early-nessRead more.
One summers eve
A lovely evening was recently spent exploring memories with some friends … Setting the stage Elizabeth: Parents born in Hungary.Read more.
Whose woods these are, I think I know. Screened-in view with baubles faux! Beyond is the creek … an icyRead more.