Love was my first impression and seeing you was a tender moment I will cherish forever. Our young hearts were tenderly innocent, but our passion filled the warmth of a thousand stars. Voicing our thoughts and memories to one another sprinkled with tender moments of love. Excited revelations appeared in my dreams of our future living happily ever after. WordPress daily word prompt Continue reading “Tenderly.”


By pursuing the definition of you, which should last a lifetime, you must be open-minded of your past and present, for a better future. Pursuing, someone, something, or destinations is a part of your future. Pursuing dreams or passions are mandatory lifetime goals. Life without pursuing is a slow death. WordPress daily word prompt Continue reading “Pursuing.”

“Prudent kids on the cusp of being champions.”

We all have gathered her for our annual sports awards banquet to honor and celebrate the mighty, mighty, Bulldogs who are champions again. I want to recognize and applaud all of the parents, who provided pre-game, half-time, post-game foods, and snacks. I want to personally express my thanks to Mr & Mrs, Borinski, for the grilled, stuffed jalapeno sausages, after every game. For the past … Continue reading “Prudent kids on the cusp of being champions.”

A motorcyclist’s ordinary day,

I have traveled across the US via motorcycle for well over twenty years along the two-lane asphalt, dirt and gravel roads tying the small towns of America together, like knots of a rope. During all of my travels, I have seen and encountered a lot of amazing people and sights to accept every day I ride will be filled with adventures of visual sights, sounds, … Continue reading A motorcyclist’s ordinary day,

Ruminating and Swarm

It was a chilly spring evening as Floyd, and Pegg Harkins’ sat rocking in their chairs watching the sun set behind the dark green mountains of the Beaverden, West Virgina. You know Pegg, I’ve been ruminating about our graduation celebration when it was held in the afternoon outside behind the school house. Do you remember when some of Mr. Dickle’s bees from his farm next … Continue reading Ruminating and Swarm

“Second Thoughts,”

It is a daily, occurrence when all have second thoughts on everything from what to wear, what to eat, which way to go to work or going to work. Dale and Beverly are husband and wife laying in bed just before the alarm activated when Beverly asked, should we go to work? Dale’s eyes increased to the size of golf balls as he tried to … Continue reading “Second Thoughts,”

“Confession or legendary tale”

I was born and raised in a fishing village on a South Pacific Island where my father died recently in a fishing accident when I was 16 years old, and ever since, I have fished alone. I was fishing at sunset with one line and one hook when I caught not two but three fish at once. I was so excited, I ran towards the … Continue reading “Confession or legendary tale”

“The South”

  Many locations in the US south like the above morning sunrise photo taken in Tavares Fl with morning temperatures in the mid 70’s are considered warm temperate zones, but, mother nature can bring a chill to certain parts of the US South. With hurried excitement, I recently left Southwest Florida to begin my travel blogging nomadic lifestyle when mothers-natures weather decision of cooler temperatures … Continue reading “The South”

“My First photo competition and A New Beginning”

Last fall I entered the above photo in The Beaches of Fort Myers and Sanibel photo contest, and my submission won! 🙂 On April 30th, 2016, I started my traveling lifestyle as a full-time RV’er travel blogger, freelance writer, photographer, and Geocacher. Several other activities / hobbies will be reveal as my travel journey continues. My excitement to leave was overwhelming, so, when my neighbor asked … Continue reading “My First photo competition and A New Beginning”

“Key Takeaway”

Give your newer sisters and brothers in WordPress one piece of advice based on your blogging experiences.   There are many adjectives I could use to describe my overwhelming excitement and experiences with my WordPress family of bloggers. I think, I will keep it simple and short with three suggestions and recommendations. My advice to new bloggers  I suggest and recommend reading the available literature … Continue reading “Key Takeaway”

“Press It”

Give some love to three blog post you’ve read and love in the past week and tell why they’re worth reading. The three blog post I have chosen are prolific within the blogging community I follow. Although, I’m partial to the well known Angloswiss, who I try to read daily. She inspires my creative writing with her tales of Mr. Angloswiss and her felines. Her … Continue reading “Press It”

“Life Line”

You’re on a long flight, and a palm reader sitting next to you insist she reads your palm. You hesitate but, agree. What does she tell you? I cannot imagine a female passenger sitting next to me on a long flight asking to read my palm. Hesitation is an understatement, and I would not agree. Now, I could imagine a passenger who had too many drinks … Continue reading “Life Line”

“Teach Your Bloggers Well”

We all know how to do something well — write a post that teaches readers how to do something you know and/or love to do. In response to today’s WordPress post prompt,  “Teach Your Bloggers Well.” I start with the basic foundation of planning. To be successful in anything in life, planning, and preparation are the foundations towards success. So, the first important lesson is to explain … Continue reading “Teach Your Bloggers Well”

“Toy Story”

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Toy Story.” What was your favorite plaything as a child? Do you see any connection between your life now, and your favorite childhood toy?    Long before famous automobile video games like Grand Theft Auto, Formula 1 Racing, and The Need for Speed, my memory easily recalls my days of Mattel’s Hot Wheel cars, with the accessories … Continue reading “Toy Story”

“Fill in the Blank”

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Fill In the Blank.” Three people walk into a bar…. Three executives board members of the Acme Widget’s company, walked into a dance bar on Bourbon Street, in New Orleans Louisiana. They were in town to attend the companies yearly convention and corporate board meeting, beginning the following morning. They immediately recognized their president and corporate board chairman, … Continue reading “Fill in the Blank”

“Choose Your Adventure: Speed”

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Choose Your Adventure.” Write a story or post with an open ending, and let your readers invent the conclusion. I pull the security bar, it’s locked, I adjust my sun glasses, and tighten my grip on the grab bar. The light above displays five, four, three, two, one and at zero, the accelerations forces my head back … Continue reading “Choose Your Adventure: Speed”

“Moved To Tears”

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Moved to Tears.” Describe the last time you were moved to tears by something beautiful. Several tours of US national Parks have stirred my emotions to tears while viewing the sights the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, Glacier National Park’s Going to Sun Road, and my favorite, of viewing a sunset aboard a kayak Calussa Blue … Continue reading “Moved To Tears”

Photo101 / Day Six: Connect & Tag

In this age of social media, we hear the word connect often, don’t we? Connect with us on Facebook! Connect with me on LinkedIn! Given what today’s technologies can do, it feels like the world is getting smaller, and we’re more connected than ever before. There are many ways to interpret this theme: from a gadget to a handshake, from a bridge to a gathering … Continue reading Photo101 / Day Six: Connect & Tag

Photo101/Day Seven: Big & Point of View

Today, let’s go big. Whether inside or outside, photograph something of massive size. Feel free to interpret big in your own way, and get creative with your shot. Capture all or just part of the subject. Place it in the foreground so it takes up the entire frame. Or shoot it from afar so it appears smaller — yet still prominent. Big & Point of … Continue reading Photo101/Day Seven: Big & Point of View

“Turn, Turn, Turn,”

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Turn, Turn, Turn.” Seasons change so quickly! Which one do you most look forward to? Which is your least favorite? This prompt invokes memories of the changing seasons I experienced during my life and especially when I played in the falling leaves of fall. My love of fall was quickly and easily replaced when I had to … Continue reading “Turn, Turn, Turn,”