When I was a girl, my mother took me to the ballet. Not the classic Nutcracker Suite that mommies take their little girls to see, but the New York City Ballet Company, with Balanchine still at the helm. I left the theater feeling light as a snowflake, sure that I'd found my future ... that … Continue reading IF I GROW UP, I WILL NOT BE A BALLERINA
CEE’S ODD BALL PHOTO CHALLENGE: 2015 WEEK #48 Meaning of oddball noun – a person or thing that is atypical, bizarre, eccentric, or nonconforming adjective – whimsically free-spirited; eccentric; atypical. Memories of summer so recent, so gone!
OVER THE TOP DOG LOVER I pride myself in being able to compose Humorous verse (and sometimes comedic prose) About any topic, esoteric or mundane, Serious, frivolous, intellectual, inane. However, I’ve found my literary Waterloo - The one subject, though I try, I just can’t seem to do With an interesting perspective or biting wit, … Continue reading CRAZY DOG LOVER – ELLIN CURLEY
I'm not blogging today. Except for this. Taking the day off. By NOT blogging. See you all tomorrow, probably!
A Tale of Two Cities, by Rich Paschall Recently The Daily Prompt asked this question: "If you could split your time evenly between two places, and two places only, which would these be?" Normally I am not a Daily Prompt kind of guy. I am on the subscriber list, but usually by the time I read … Continue reading LIVING IN TWO PLACES
SHARE YOUR WORLD – 2015 WEEK #47 In your native language which letter or character describes you best? Why? I don't know. I never thought about it. M because it's my initial? Because while my last name has changed three times, "M" has followed me for my entire life, except for the years in Israel when it … Continue reading WORLD SHARING WEEK 47 – NEARING YEAR’S END!
The Daily Prompt wants to know when I last ate humble pie. Really, I don't remember, nor am I sure what the ingredients are. We had a really good Dutch apple pie -- and a yummy mince pie with dinner the other day. We still have some of both in the fridge. Are they humble? … Continue reading MY PIES ARE NOT HUMBLE