They Told Us


They said that we were going to have snow. Yep. That’s what they said. We may still see some, but the national weather maps have snow as a possibility in northern Louisiana. Not down here in the swamp. The temperature is cold for us. We had a high of 40 degrees. We had cold rain.Continue reading “They Told Us”

My Eyes Look In


The wars I lost I shouldn’t have fought. That little phrase has more than one meaning. It could mean a literal war. It doesn’t. It could mean some kind of power struggle. That could be, but not. It could mean an internal war, the worst kind. It does. I’m not really talking about career issues.Continue reading “My Eyes Look In”

It’s in the Chorus


We know what we know. It’s inside us. Ghosts live inside of us too. They start to come out as we age. Hopefully, our ghosts are good. Sometimes they aren’t. Eventually, we come to understand who we are and where we came from. Where we come from. Wow. That’s hard. What made us who weContinue reading “It’s in the Chorus”

Fly Me to the Moon


Moonrise over New Orleans. I wasn’t going to publish this picture yet, but a friend of mine posted a moonrise over the Long Island Sound, so I thought I’d better do this today. Moons seem to have a lot to do with 2021. If you believe in such things, we are entering the Age ofContinue reading “Fly Me to the Moon”

Under A Blood Red Sky


Light. Autumn light. As autumn fades into winter, the light is amazing. Shadows are long and have golden edges to them. The air fades to orange. The light around dusk is magical. That’s what I see, anyway. The all seeing dog likes to go outside around that time. That’s good. We see all sorts ofContinue reading “Under A Blood Red Sky”

Catch The Wind


Everything changes. I had some lessons in that today. I wasn’t going to renew my premium membership with WordPress. It’s digital dump day, or whatever today is called. You know the equivalent of Black Friday. For electronic stuff. I ended my premium plan yesterday. I received an email from WordPress today. 40% off for theContinue reading “Catch The Wind”

Kind of Blue


Clouds. I rarely post two pictures of the same subject on consecutive days unless it’s something like Mardi Gras or Super Sunday. But, the clouds have been truly amazing. What else could I do? Funny. I don’t have all that much to say. I have a song stuck in my head. It’s called, “It’s okayContinue reading “Kind of Blue”

She Shines Brightly


The day after the day after. Back to work. There is so much to do. The house needs a spring cleaning and it’s still autumn. My work needs a spring cleaning too. Then, there are the more global issues. The ones that are going to get gummed up in Trump’s desire to sue everyone andContinue reading “She Shines Brightly”

Plug Me in


Finally. A real autumn sky, one with low yellow light. Light that peeks through the clouds and paints everything in front of it orange. One that turns the dusk sky dark blue, bordering on black. That’s what we saw on a late afternoon walk that turned into almost night. The all seeing dog was sleepingContinue reading “Plug Me in”

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