A coworker recently experienced a house fire. Everyone escaped without injury. My friend and I joined the group of volunteers to help with the Rescue-Retrieval Mission. We helped salvage the few belongings that could be saved— clothes, kitchenware and a … Continue reading House Fire
If you missed Part 1 or want to enjoy it again, click here. It was a rough weekend for the community. Family and friends gathered to bury not four, but five of their neighbors. The most recent loss was Beatrice … Continue reading Murder Mystery: Part 2
Four deceased bodies were recovered on Electronic Lane in one week. A dragonfly and butterfly were found on Tuesday. Three days later, two beetles were discovered on the same street. Their bodies were in pristine condition. Here are exclusive photos … Continue reading Murder Mystery (A fictional story)
This week’s excitement: I waded in a marsh with my new snake boots. I loved the sound of the water as I walked. The tall grasses attracted dragonflies and bees. It was such a fun moment, I took a selfie… … Continue reading My worst fear…and more!
This project started last summer. I wrote part of the poem and posted it along with a photo of the dead pen to Facebook. My friend Tore took the poem and expanded it with additional lines. The poem was too … Continue reading Behind the Scenes: A Tribute to a Red Pen
For two weeks I’ve been writing a blog in my head to mark this 2 year anniversary. I have plenty of anger filled words. But that … Continue reading 2 Year Anniversary.
Today is the anniversary of of the passing of our family chihuahua, Kibbles Anthony Lisieux. To mark the day, I dug up her old newsletter. We (Kibbles and I) published a monthly newsletter and sent via snail mail to … Continue reading Kibbles Anthony Lisieux – 2 Years Later
I keep thinking I need to create another blog where I can showcase my macabre photos. Admittedly, my collection of skeleton photos and other creepy discoveries I find in nature have limited appeal. Until I start a new blog, I’ll … Continue reading Ode to a Turtle – Limited Appeal
I remember this mall when it was in its prime. It has changed since my last visit years ago. When I look at the photo below, I like to imagine the crowds that used to shop here. Here’s a look at … Continue reading A Tribute to the Gainesville Factory Shops
Here’s a look at my favorite cemetery on Christmas Eve. I don’t know if vandals knock the tombstones down or if the tombstones fall apart after so many years. Either way, I like to honor the deceased by visiting their … Continue reading Ball Knob Cemetery on Christmas Eve