Perfect Happiness

My idea of perfect happiness is a contradiction of sorts. Nothing is necessarily perfect. I think perfect happiness is decidedly imperfect. It is more a thing of me being content and have frequent periods of bliss & happiness. It means that my sad moments are not as often and short. It means having people in... Continue Reading →

Helpless

In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "Helpless." Helpless... more days than not driving a car that is on auto-pilot giving advice to people through one-sided glass all they see is their reflection all they hear is what they want to hear trapped unable to see the path through all the fog grieving deep... Continue Reading →

Don’t be foolish…

In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "Fool Me Once." This prompt made me chuckle. I absolutely hate the whole notion of April Fool's Day. I am not a fan of pranks. Don't get me wrong. I have pulled a few pranks in my time, most of them when I was a kid. Although... Continue Reading →

Ghostwriting my biography: The Dream Team

In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "Ghostwriter." This is an exciting thought since the whole notion of writing a memoir gives me the chills. I would love to have Maya Angelou write my biography. She would add some soul and depth to my life. The tale would seem more like a dance, even... Continue Reading →

Dear Baltimore… if I were mayor…

In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "We Built This¬†City." I truly do love my city. I love the good and the bad about this place. You can't really say you love a place (or anyone or anything for that matter) if you don't take the bad as well as the good. We have... Continue Reading →

Finding My Happy Place

In response to The Daily Post's writing prompt: "Places." My face crinkles up when faced with the question "Beach, Mountain, or Forest?". I immediately think of my happy place and how hard it is for me to get there. First you have to go through some mountains. I have never really been hiking so I... Continue Reading →

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