A large sculpture in the library lobby purposely leaned at a slant on a pedestal to give it the effect of falling. It made me think of nodding off. People sat at tables — some read, some spoke, but it was hard to make out what anyone was saying. Their indecipherable voices carried up highContinue reading “No one likes to memorize math”
I get up early, around 5:30, regardless of whether it’s a workday, and I’ll do some writing or I’ll do some reading, or else make some visual art. And I’ll have coffee. I’ll also do some thinking. You know: Hmmm, how did I get into this situation? How do I get out of it? WeContinue reading “Morning routine”
Mr. Mustachio is basically a walking / talking, bristly & dark-haired mustache who is debuting a cable TV show. A round beverage coaster who wears a sombrero on occasion, his show will be titled, Drinks Are On Me. He will discuss cocktails and other mixed libations during segments, which will be filmed on a kitchenContinue reading “Mr. Mustachio”
The ducks had trust in the two little girls who were approaching. Actually, the ducks were Canadian geese. Elegant creatures that added class to the playground. One girl’s name was Brooklyn, and her mother assured her the geese would not attack. Brooklyn’s younger sister threw grass at them, offering it as food. The other dayContinue reading “Nature”
Eep is the word of the day. Cry of distress. Eep, it’s only Wednesday. Thickets — “She arrived through the thickets.” Eep reminds me of British mystery theater on PBS. Use eep or thickets in a sentence.
You don’t necessarily have to bite into it to taste it.
Excited to have three flash Misfit Docs published at Queen Mob’s Tea House today. My stories include one about crafting a Pam Anderson doll. All in all, Pam will be an almond-toned, anatomically correct, windswept Wonder Woman I love Misfit Docs. It’s one of my go-tos. Here’s the link to my stories for those who are interested.
Happy to have my art featured on the cover of Sundog Lit‘s Issue 13. Check out the new issue here!
My micro fiction piece Coffee Lover is included in formercactus’ issue 4 , dedicated to micro and chock full of contributors. She accepted the dishwasher job at the cafe because she liked the way soapy water smelled as it mingled with coffee, creating a creamy & fragrant mahogany brew. Permalink to my story is here.