…this fleeting breath of an infinitely precious life…
Welcome! The Crone now has a new Crone’s Nest, and I like this because it has some nifty new eggs in it.
When you’re all set to begin a solid day’s writing, only to discover that your brain has left the building!
60,000 words etched into my eyeballs. Arrrrgh!
A guest post by author and fellow blogger Martha Kennedy,
Introverted? Who, me?
When confronting a Grammar Nazi, I always say softly, “There, Their, They’re”
The field is resplendent as the sunlight sprinkles the wet grass with backlit diamonds.
Hi, all you folks out there lying on sunny beaches working on your tan, or breezing about in exotic … More
Lyko, the seven-month-old Malamute puppy whose human pack we are part of, and who we dog-sit every now and again, is showing every sign of becoming quite a big boy.
Written from the heart by the father of a young gay man
This post was written by Kristi Nelson, Executive Director of A Network for Grateful Living, in response to news … More
Thoughts milling in my head, tense, high-strung, a gang of neighbourhood thugs restless … More
I can’t remember them worth beans, and I couldn’t make one up to save my life–but boy, do I love ’em! I’m … More
From time to time I ruminate on the varieties of religious hatred and intolerance in the world — and at … More
Yesterday as I was browsing on Facebook, I came across a set of tips, with pictures, for posing in … More
A few days ago I delved once more into my box of oldies and discovered this piece, written when … More
High Flight “Oh! I have slipped the surly bonds of Earth and danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings; Sunward … More
When I was a kid, pets – mostly of the feline variety – were always part of our household. … More
Warning: This post is Rated “P.” If you are sensitive to Potty Humour, please do not read! <g>] Here’s a … More
Shh, quiet. Stop. Look around you. Can you see it? Close your eyes. Can you feel it? Almost….almost, it’s that … More
A truly moving short story about fatherhood, written by Raphael Zoehler with his nine-year-old son in mind. When I’m Gone, … More
Sometimes the hardest thing to do, on those days when all the cards in the game of life are stacked … More
I have heard it all my life, A voice calling a name I recognized as my own. Sometimes it comes … More