Location: MCAS Miramar air show, San Diego.
Our new friend, young and kind, offered to go back to the check point and the umbrella was still there! I forgot to pick it up after all the picnic items were scanned by a marine (not TSA – yes!) @sonofabeach96 – I thought about you while we were there. Continue reading
I remember meeting Dream Big in July; one of the many appeals then was that his posts were under 500 words (I go cross-eyed after awhile, especially in class!) Anyway, high fives and pay it forward if your working this weekend.
my twitter: @trudistreasures and @parkerfinance
Personally I need to get some 3D work done today!
Go, forth and post, reblog and all that jazz.
Sorting through our some days
Our maybe’s and our might’s
Going through what might have been
And how we fight the fight
Charley – Right To Brag (Blogging 101 Prompt).
Claremary hit the nail on the head for me today: Tears mopping my face on a Sunday afternoon, take the time to read it all!
Cancer dwarfs every pain in the ass…”How the hell am I going to get this done on time? What else can go wrong today?! I thought you were supposed to do it! Where the hell are my keys! That’s not my problem! She wants what?! We can’t afford this! WTF!!!…every single pain in the ass curveball each day throws at us. Cancer is the knuckleball of all knuckleballs. It’s the sucker punch of all sucker punches. It’s a full house in a stacked deck and Cancer trumps all!
are interrupted, his presence drawing near
repeated weight upon each step
closer now I hear
enter our morning tradition
balancing a teetering cup with only his right hand
accompanied by ceramic chatter
and I know
I can face the morning
and the day
Such a simple action
to give in such a way
He knows just how I like it
I’ve seen him watching me
We have this handy gadget it’s small yet does the job
blend organic agave & cream
pour coffee on the top
The cream foams at the brim
topped with sugar and cinnamon
from a dead soldier salt shaker
This sequence is a$$ backwards, yet the feeling just the same.
If asked would I do it over, I’d shout “I will” again.