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Party: Iowa sushi

I was invited to a beach party, and yesterday, I unleashed the summer potluck snack of my childhood on an unsuspecting group of acquaintances: pickle roll-ups. 646 more words

Colby and the Ravine

I’m enjoying my written words again. I needed that. The editing process is the most challenging portion of writing for me. If anyone has anything inspiring to say, I’m all ears! 114 more words

Writing

Snow Has Fallen

It snowed today! Not much, but it settled slightly and it was a beautiful awakening.

Flakes did fall, I did joy,
At sight of cold beauty, 19 more words

Poetry

Saturday cartoons/

skillet eggs and crunchy toast/

well-worn sectional

Modern Mother Goose-On The Loose (Saturday)

To run, to play-

For it is Saturday.

To jump and skip-

Or to take a park trip.

To fly a kite-

Until it is out of sight. 99 more words

Poetry

Wassailing the apple orchard.

“Wet leaves and rotting apples — the smell of the orchard in fall.”

That is how a local orchard owner described the aroma and fermentation of making old-fashioned apple cider. 447 more words

Nature

Traipsing Through The Mud (Haiku)

Traipsing through the mud

So nice to feel like a kid

Hope no one sees me

~~ Dominic R. DiFrancesco ~~

Poetry