THERE ISN’T MUCH SNOWFALL #writephoto – Marilyn Armstrong

Thursday photo prompt: Snowfall #writephoto It had been warm for most of December and the bulk of January. Warm enough to find myself picking ticks off my dogs. In January when I normally don't have to worry about ticks and fleas and other noxious bugs in the weeds. I sprayed them all down with tick poison … Continue reading THERE ISN’T MUCH SNOWFALL #writephoto – Marilyn Armstrong

HOME BAKING – #WRITEPHOTO – Marilyn Armstrong

Delicious in the Snow - #writephoto It was the third blizzard in only two weeks. The children had gone back to the oven where at least it was warm. They were tired of snowmen. The snowmen were tired of being snow people. At least two of them were banging on the front door, knocking relentlessly … Continue reading HOME BAKING – #WRITEPHOTO – Marilyn Armstrong

TEMPLE TRACKS #writephoto – Marilyn Armstrong

MEMORIES IN STONE AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL MINI MYSTERY #WRITE PHOTO You could see where the temple had been. The ground was slightly raised forming what appeared to be a circle. If you looked carefully, you could see the tip of a pillar poking out of the ground. Not full evidence of what lay beneath the ground, … Continue reading TEMPLE TRACKS #writephoto – Marilyn Armstrong

THE CALM BETWEEN THE STORMS: CALM #WRITEPHOTO – Marilyn Armstrong

BY THE RIVER: Calm #writephoto Walking by the river on a day in the fall, the river was flat. Like a winding mirror through the hills and valleys, it reflected back the colors of the trees along its path. "Hard to believe," thought Maggie, "That we have had storm after storm and this is the first quiet … Continue reading THE CALM BETWEEN THE STORMS: CALM #WRITEPHOTO – Marilyn Armstrong

WAY-STONES, MILESTONES: WAY-STONE #writephoto – Marilyn Armstrong

Thursday photo prompt: Way-stone #writephoto When we first moved to Uxbridge, the woman who sold us our house drove us around and the first thing she brought us to see was the Uxbridge Way-Stone. Erected and etched in the early 1600s, it was part of the marking made along Native trails, many of which later became … Continue reading WAY-STONES, MILESTONES: WAY-STONE #writephoto – Marilyn Armstrong

THE HOPE OF DAWN AND DUSK – GLIMMER – Marilyn Armstrong #Writephoto

A Hope for Dawn and Dusk - Glimmer: Marilyn Armstrong #writephoto It could be the first light of the sun creeping over the horizon or the last rays of light as the sun sets below the horizon. It's impossible to know. I always wondered if there was any way to tell the difference between dawn … Continue reading THE HOPE OF DAWN AND DUSK – GLIMMER – Marilyn Armstrong #Writephoto

WHEN ALL THE WORLD WAS EMPTY OF HUMANKIND … Marilyn Armstrong

When the world is empty, there is a Bone #writephoto We got the word in 2018. Twelve years to fix the world. It had taken hundreds of years to screw it up. Hundred of years of burning coal, pouring poisons into the streams and rivers and it all flowed into the oceans. And all that while, … Continue reading WHEN ALL THE WORLD WAS EMPTY OF HUMANKIND … Marilyn Armstrong