Monthly Archives: June 2013

Poetry challenge: Tanka poem.

Originally posted on Poet's Corner:
The Tanka poem is very similar to haiku but Tanka poems have more syllables and it uses simile, metaphor and personification. There are five lines in a Tanka poem. Line one 5 syllables Line…

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Say Cheese!

Alexa and Bernie came over last night to borrow a fan because their air conditioner had gone out again.  While they were here Alexa played around with my new computer and here are some of the results.               … Continue reading

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You & Me & Alexa Makes 3

I was visiting the Kids last night and asked them if they had seen my Facebook video.  They said they had not; so we sat on the couch and Alexa brought up the video using her fancy new cellphone.   After we all had a good … Continue reading

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Surf’s Up

Riding the waves with a board or not enjoying the freedom it brings. Oh what a glorious day to be here at the beach Riding out the big waves So next time you’re discouraged Find your own wave Whether real … Continue reading

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Research, Research, Research

Research time sometimes happens when you can’t think of anything to write about.  That’s sort of what happened to me today.  I was going to write about Scott Bakula after researching him singing on YouTube and discovered songs from Man Of La Mancha … Continue reading

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Epiphanies And Sightless Vision

Every once in a while The Universe decides to remind me of things that I tend to forget such as:  not giving in to fear caused by my slow vision loss from my finally officially diagnosed wet AMD (macular degeneration).  Sunday … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: The Sign Says… We’re French!

Originally posted on Michele D'Acosta:
In France I came across this sign: Provisional bar and occasional hotel. I wonder if this establishment accepts reservations?

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