The day after...the day kids actually get to play with the toys that were ferociously opened on Christmas day. What I remember about the day after is going through the pile of opened gifts to choose a favorite. I may have mentioned that I grew up with seven siblings, so there were always lots of … Continue reading December 26th Remembered
Haiku is the weekly writing challenge at the Daily Post at Word Press. Seventeen syllables to express a thought, completely, in three lines--five, seven, five. While typically, a poem such as this is meant for describing nature, I'm putting my own spin on the challenge. I don't think I've written haiku since high school, however, … Continue reading Haiku, Can You? Happy Anniversary, Too!
I loved to read when I was a kid and that hasn't diminished too much into my adulthood. I haven't jumped on the e-reader bandwagon just yet though I know so many people really enjoy using them. I downloaded the Kindle Reader to my laptop only so I could download and read my friend Martha's … Continue reading There’s Nothing Like the Library