The Goldfinch, a book review

This review is a little long, but there's a surprise at the bottom of the post!  If you don't have time for reading, at least scroll down there. . . The first thing you’ll notice about The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt is that it’s a big book, 771 pages worth.  If you’ve got the hardbound … Continue reading The Goldfinch, a book review

Happy Labor Day Weekend

I hope summer has been a time of rest, relaxation and fun for you and your loved ones.  I suggest we  carry that spirit of renewal with us, even as the days grow shorter.  With that in mind, click below for a few moments of redemption.  If the image is tiny, just click on it, … Continue reading Happy Labor Day Weekend

Schro and His Cat

These are some pretty weird prompts, so please don't read more into it than there is.  This is just for fun.  Prompts:  Jesus was an agnostic, Schrodinger’s cat is gone, two days he’d been waiting, Sweet William-my guitar, the serial killers     Two days he’d been waiting, sitting on the front porch in a … Continue reading Schro and His Cat

Dia De Los Muertos

The prompt for this one was "nature's tranquilizer."  This is where it led. I had one of those nights when I thought I couldn’t sleep, when I thought my mind was turning over and over again a tired thought, a hazy dream, and then I rolled over, mumbling and wondering why I couldn’t rest, and … Continue reading Dia De Los Muertos

Creating Reality

Written with my Thursday night group with prompts including:  no such thing as, what they taught me, three pounds of puppy cute, a mile from the nearest neighbor, a thud and a yelp, the killing began, change scares people “There is no such thing as reality,” he told me.  “All this is an illusion.  You … Continue reading Creating Reality