The other day I purged my reading list; people that I follow on WordPress. I hesitated at one by a Texas, desert dweller, Old Jules. I hadn’t read it in a while. However, I decided to keep it and I’m glad I did.
I read his post, The Nightmares of Acceptance.
He had once said that he did not write about his childhood. And that he never would.
Well, he did. Continue reading “Cardboard Castles”
Your childhood seemed an endless nightmare./ You learned to surf and ride a horse. Ring the Bell
You encountered Ann Noreen, a nun with a mental problems./ You received a far better than average education. Ring the Bell
You married too young; into a tumultuous relationship./ You have a beautiful daughter. Ring the Bell Continue reading “Good and Bad ~ Ring the Bell”
We were all nervy with an unspoken anticipation. We were accelerating toward something and we didn’t know what. Geek Love – Katherine Dunn
It’s safe to say that they were moving towards the grave, these long-gone ancestors of mine. In 1962, speed had a different connotation. It was the pace of a powder blue Impala, crossing long, low bridges, over deep, dark waters, heading south to Orangedale. The glide of a push button Dodge Dart, maneuvering the Trout River Bridge. And a big, black-house Mercury, lumbering through the neighborhood, to pick up Nell, who inched her way down the stairs of a Riverside, garage apartment. Continue reading “Four Sisters”
Nicotine/Jelly Bean~Methadone and Beer
Lying eyes/Sullen mouth
A life that’s full of FEAR
Fresh air and Sunshine
Sparkling Eyes and Smiles
Filled with Grace and Spirit Lead
Who will guide us Through our Trials
The family that prayers together~stays together.
The family that drinks together~stinks together.
*yes, you may quote me on that”
My interpersonal relationships play themselves out, in repeated fashion.
Therefore, I ask, “What’s the big deal?”
For me, an ill-defined problem – Continue reading “What’s Next?”
“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.”
Continue reading “Three Funerals and a Wedding”