“Unfurl and Synchronized Traffic.”


  Depending on where you live planning a trip from your home to travel across town can easily be accomplished depending on where you live. In the major metropolitan cities along both the east and west coasts of American, it can be a challenge of a life time to travel 10-miles in less than a half hour depending on the time of day. So, after … Continue reading “Unfurl and Synchronized Traffic.”

“Glitter Child.”


With my grandmother crafting Easter Baskets we use glitter sprinkled on the gifts, candy, and toys. As a child multi-colored glitter sparkles light everywhere. When I find the glitter bottle, I marvel with the look it makes in the bathtub. When flushing the toilet glitter swirls towards the bottom with many colors. Glitter on ceramic floors produces a surreal look. Glitter footprints make fun designs. … Continue reading “Glitter Child.”

“Sentimental”


Response to the one word prompt “Sentimental.” Most humans develop a sentimentality with inanimate objects, and I like many people have developed an attachment to my 1991 Ford Explorer. My car has become a fixture in my life and within a few weeks, my attachment to the longest relationship I have maintained outside of my family and friends will end. With 236,765.9 miles on the … Continue reading “Sentimental”

“Trains Planes Motorcycle & Automobiles”


In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Trains, Planes, and Automobiles.” You’re going on a cross-country trip. Airplane, train, bus, or car? (Or something else entirely — bike? Hot air balloon?) I have crossed the US by plane, automobile, motorcycle, large truck, and half of the country by train. I plan to complete the train trip soon. During a motorcycle trip to Fairbanks Alaska one … Continue reading “Trains Planes Motorcycle & Automobiles”