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The house sits silent,
Light from a single bulb dim.
Night presses inward.


Relentless Bullfrog Song

author’s note:

“I have sounded the very bass-line of humility.”
— Shakespeare, Henry IV, Part I


Now I know why
the bullfrog immerses itself… 93 more words


Better Together.

This weekend, Dave and I went to a marriage seminar organized by some friends of mine from the Church at Lake Travis. A pastor friend of theirs from Alabama… 795 more words


Brethren in This Darkness

Lone coyote whispers

through the shallow grasses that

bind the ridge above to the creek below.

The moon throws off the last of its

refractions from the deep end of the indigo sky. 133 more words

Cowboy, Take Me Away (Indian Cove, Joshua Tree National Park)

The hubby and I gassed up the RV and headed out to Indian Cove Campground in Joshua Tree National Park last weekend for a much-needed escape from the city.  394 more words

Today I Am Alone

One of the things I hate most is being alone.

Maybe it’s because I have never really been alone at all.  I have never, ever lived alone.   774 more words


The Gift of Being Woman

As I prepare for my upcoming road trip around the nation, I am receiving a variety of reactions from people when they hear I am going alone. 623 more words