A friend of mine on Facebook today mentioned an analog clock he and his wife have in a bathroom in their home. He mentioned how he could read it from the shower via a mirror. My mind, as usual, went down a rabbit hole and suddenly I remembered hearing recently that many children and adults … Continue reading The Beauty of a Clock
What day is this, that all are nervous, speaking in shouts, or tones hushed and querulous? Why do people so much wish for tomorrow, anticipating great joy, or dreading such sorrow? The truth is we've had many such election days, when people were nervous, fearing the worst, yet never, so far, have we become eternally … Continue reading Election Day in the U.S.A.!
I saw this idea/suggestion on the dVerse blog yesterday and it completely intrigued me so I thought I'd give it a go. Also, today is my oldest son's birthday so in light of that, I thought I'd attempt an Etheree style poem about the day he was born. We had been laboring for hours, you … Continue reading Memories Never Forgotten, An Etheree Poem
I hear the train whistles long before I can hear the sound of the heavy wheels and high speed clacking of the real train, the sound of romance, old days, civilization. Without the train, my country would have settled much more slowly. In my thoughts I see tracks over wide spaces, mountains, rivers, forests. I … Continue reading Train Whistles