IWD (Inter-national)

Happy Monday world! Today is International Women’s Day. Inter-national. So here’s to women all over the world, cheers 🥂. Sadly, a lot of women don’t have the luxury of “celebrating” #IWD2021; many do not have the privilege of internet access to participate much less promote. Let us remember those women. 🙏🏼 I visited the IWD … Continue reading IWD (Inter-national)

In the Storm (April is National Poetry Month)

In the Storm (#NPM ) Firstly, my condolences to all those affected by Saturday’s hellish tornadoes. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Many of my fondest early memories [as well as imaginative ideas] were born in Houston county among the pine trees and red dirt, particularly a tiny community called Weches. Some of you … Continue reading In the Storm (April is National Poetry Month)

Yoo-hoo It is Still National Poetry Month

Yoo-hoo. It is still National Poetry Month and today I am highlighting Shel Silverstein. I rarely think of Mr. Silverstein without remembering Johnny Cash and that delightfully ridiculous song A Boy Named Sue. He (Silverstein) wrote a lot of nonsensical poetry/lyrics but like all humans he was multifaceted. His writing ranged from silly to somber … Continue reading Yoo-hoo It is Still National Poetry Month