WIFED OUT – Marilyn Armstrong

FOWC with Fandango — Paltry I opened the freezer. It was empty. Not completely empty. There's always some kind of stuff in there. Freezer pouches for our next picnic, should we ever take one. Some frozen French fries. A pouch of frozen clams and a packet of minced beef. Miscellaneous English muffins and a loaf of … Continue reading WIFED OUT – Marilyn Armstrong

A WORLD IN PASSPORTS – Marilyn Armstrong

Weekly Word Prompt - Passport The first time I needed a passport was when I was going to live in Israel. It was such a busy period, I don't actually remember it. I remember having the passport, but I don't remember the process or getting it or getting pictures taken, or anything else. I must … Continue reading A WORLD IN PASSPORTS – Marilyn Armstrong

THE LIGHT IN THE CORNER – Rich Paschall

The Way We Were, Rich Paschall Memories light the corners of my mind Misty water-colored memories of the way we were. It has occurred to me that the formative moments of my lifetime have no point of reference for anyone born after 1990. I have sometimes referred to events that I remember well, only to … Continue reading THE LIGHT IN THE CORNER – Rich Paschall

SQUARE, SPIKY, POINTY NO SPECIAL REASON ROSES – Marilyn Armstrong

Square, pointy, roses bought for no special reason FOTD – March 24, 2019 My birthday bouquet was drying up and dying and Garry thought I needed something new. Something bright and cheerful. Lately, I've been trying to figure out what needs doing and how to get it done. I even dream about it. And I'm … Continue reading SQUARE, SPIKY, POINTY NO SPECIAL REASON ROSES – Marilyn Armstrong