Monthly Archives: May 2011

Live Life and Learn

I’ve been pondering for a few days wondering what I should write on my blog, but somehow nothing seemed appropriate.  I guess all my studying regarding “writing” is paying off because I’ve reached a point where I just don’t want to bore … Continue reading

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Raptured — Again And Again

My writing group buddy, Jim Stratton, posted on his blog* about Camping and his rapture prediction.  His post got me thinking about how I had learned that any child under 12 would automatically be caught up in the rapture because … Continue reading

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A Lovely Day

What a lovely day this has been.  Not only did I not get “Raptured,” but I received an email regarding my haiku entries for the Hollywood Haiku Contest.  It seems I had done something wrong with inputing the links to … Continue reading

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Royal Hollywood Ending

Today is May 20 and the final day for the Hollywood Haiku Contest.  If you’ve grown fond of writing these Japanese poems (as I) please continue.  Meanwhile I end my Hollywood Haikus with John Ford’s The Quiet Man. Return home … Continue reading

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Movin’ On… Someday

Sometimes it’s so hard to “let go,” but oh so necessary.  People keep asking me why I do some of the things I do — (as if they don’t do things I wonder about).  For instance, I’ve still got family treasures … Continue reading

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Haiku #15

The Big Trees Shyster wants redwoods Godly folks fight for the trees Another “bad” guy converts This is an entry for the Best For Film Hollywood Haikus blogging competition. Enter now

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Hollywood Haiku #14

Educating Rita A thirst for knowledge Blimey!  Got a drunk tutor Both learned anyway This is an entry for the Best For Film Hollywood Haikus blogging competition. Enter now

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