most evenings before james’ bedtime, i put on some mellow-ish music for us to listen to. we spin around in the office chair, dance, or just walk around. tonight i put on massive attack’s mezzanine. when angel played, i sang … Continue reading
sometimes you can feel homesick for a person.
northbound on a flower-fenced highway. fog-coated interludes become sunlight washes. big blue bays. chocolate-chip cows on cookie mountains. california, i bow to your beauty.
behind a dog-walker, three afghans parade down the street with eyes alight and coats rustling in the spring breeze. they are starlets with flowing kerchiefs in a convertible. (photo via vandaprints.com)
grey, rainy day. up on a park’s hill, a red, rain-jacketed beagle troops through the saturated grass and yellow-flower patches.
every mom thinks her child is amazing, but i have extra reason to believe so. i’ve watched my son fight the odds and win…all before his due date. when i was told i had to give birth, i thought i … Continue reading
the bus clattered along. her wizened face ended in red lips, matching her jaunty jacket. suddenly she stuck out her two legs like a schoolgirl to inspect her bumpy, black stockings. her lips pursed and her eyebrow arched at a … Continue reading