Nope, Not Going There With You

Thank you for this well written reminder. Being a true “wing~man” as the picture depicts keeps danger at bay. Reblogging on http://trudistreasures.com

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Today’s Daily Prompt is:  Take Me to the Moon:

How far would you go for someone you love?  How far would you want someone else to go for you?


I would love for my answer to both parts of the prompt to be anywhere.  Wouldn’t that sound great?  Wouldn’t that mean I was the bestest parent, family member, friend, heck even the bestest complete stranger in someone’s world?  Yeah, perhaps on the surface it would.  I mean ask a lot of other parents out there what they would do for their children and I suspect the most common response would be this:  anything.  But I’ve had enough journeys on this adventure called life that have taught me otherwise.  I do my best to have and express unconditional love for others, but I do have conditions on the parameters of the relationships I have with them.

Here are a few examples …

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A Walk in the Park

@Caseylove1985 Thanks for this lovely online “walk in the park” and being a mutual follower!

 

 

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For me taking a walk in the park is more than a search for a peaceful moment, it’s a time for me to connect with myself, enjoy the moment, just looking at the scenery absorbing a moment of peace, a moment without thinking about anything.

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It’s also a time for me to indulge in photography. This is a hobby I’m beginning to enjoy, it is now a part of me. I’m hoping writing will become a part of me as well. Writing and photography seems to be a perfect match. What better way to get fulfillment by taking pictures of Earth’s beauty and writing about it.

I like walking through parks because I’m always surprised by what I see especially since I’ve taken a “liking” to photography.

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I was taken away by this large tree that sat on the edge of the river bank. I love trees and certain large…

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Now is the time (Concrete poem)

In celebration of my 100 follows, originally posted by Michelle Sherlock and reblogged here; she’s been a beacon in shining true Light on social media everywhere! At least in my limited experience, Here’s Michelle!!

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Now is the time heart shaped poem by Michelle Sherlock Now is the time (Concrete poem) © Michelle Sherlock

Now is the time for you and me to be

Running forward to meet our destiny

No longer shrinking back in fear

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The Dogwood Legacy

Introducing the thrill-ogy by Robert Lamber Jones…! (cheers)

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Please bear with me for just this one post while I indulge in some shameless self-promotion (something, incidentally, with which I am uncomfortable) by giving a  brief overview of a trilogy I have written. It is The Dogwood Legacy, and it has been available on Amazon and Kindle since late May of this year.

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The first book of the series is Jacob Leviathan, set in the Ozark Mountains of the midwestern United States. This is my personal re-invention of a real Ozark legend involving an imaginary beast called a jimplecute (or jimplicute, as I have chosen to spell it). It is, therefore, a fabricated folktale.  Clickherefor sample chapters.  Click here to purchase on Amazon or Kindle.Nathan_Turner_Cover_for_Kindle

The second book is Nathan Turner. It is an urban legend of my own creation and takes place in the midwest.  Click herefor sample…

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