Things are pretty damn good. First, my 50th birthday was splendid. Presents, buttercream laden cake, quiet activities that gave my introvert self the greatest pleasure. I took many portraits to commemorate this event. I had fun with wigs, undergarments, Mozartian and Snapian themes. And now I’m going to share a bunch of them. I am […]
Getting through a storm: I’ve lived in Florida most of my life and I’ve witnessed every storm known to man. Hurricanes, tornadoes, hail storms, flooding, etc. Even in my day storms could be predicted and prepared for a head of time. So how do you prepare for a: Category five addiction problem? Category five financial […]
Running I tried to outrun you. And failed. I ran to get to the other side,To be cured and have you in my past,It’s not that easy; my time I must now bide. Now I run to keep up with you.I run to stop the feelings flooding in,Keep moving, doing and updating my kin,I run […]
It’s raining hailstone, mother Nature stoning destruction on her tenants. She is so high on anger an addiction it has become. She sends down pain that is icy cold on their backs. The dilapidated house she sees everywhere. what is left of once her glorious home? The Remnant of spoilt and decay is here to […]
Dr. Dobson doesn’t think that the suffering of those in USBP custody is a crisis.
Britain wants a heatwave this week, but not before a storm brings torrential rain and strong gales to some areas. The Met Office on Sunday and Monday, with thunderstorms, heavy rain and a risk of flooding. Rain and strong winds were therefore forecast to hit parts of Northern Ireland, north-west England and Wales on Sunday. […]
Four years ago, after completing Land’s End to John O Groats (LEJOG), I searched for another challenge and found the Manche to Med (M2M), the English Channel to the Mediterranean. For the past three years I just haven’t been able to find the time to give it a go; however, this year I did. Not […]