Tag Archives: Eternal Road – The final stop

Views of the Neighborhood – Crape Myrtles in Bloom

Happy Father’s Day and Happy Juneteenth. The crape myrtles have been late blooming this year. They have finally made an appearance, and we need to go and check them out. I have to say, some of the shots are a little subdued due to the hazy conditions this week. So that we don’t go hungry […]

Stream of Consciousness Saturday – Prompt – Cent/Scent/Sent

  The usual Saturday ritual of watching paint dry coffee brew has been completed. A sip of the restorative elixir assures one that life is indeed worth living. A stroll past the windows reinforces the fact that the entire world seems to share the same thought. A second sip and deep sigh proceed, looking forward […]

Friday Johnku – AKA – TGIF – Fri-Yay/Good News

Today’s Good News story comes from the good news network. Here it is in its entirety. Woman About to be Evicted Was Saved By Neighbors Who Bought the Home For Her By Andy Corbley June 14th, 2022 ABC 5/KSTP After being threatened with eviction, a retiree was able to buy the house she had rented […]

Thursday – A Little Personal – Overcast Day with Twiggy and Lucy

“Hey, Lucy. Where you going?” “To the patio to catch some rays.” “Do you happen to take a look at your shadow?” “Shadow. What shadow?” That’s what I mean. No sun.” “Yeah, but a nice laydown would feel good.” “The laydown didn’t work out, huh?” “You were right about the sun. Where did it go?” […]

Tuesday – Anything Possible – Kreative Kue #364 by Keith Channing

In Keith’s words. “Using this photo (below) as inspiration, write a short story, flash fiction, scene, poem; anything, really; even just a caption for the photograph. Either put it (or a link to it) in a comment or email it to me at keithchanning@gmail.com before 6pm on Sunday (if you aren’t sure what the time […]

Top Ten Things Not to Do at a Realtor Open House

  This list was originally posted on August 22, 2016. Since then, the real estate market has exploded, and I’m not sure realtors even have open houses. These days usually list the home and give buyers a week to submit a bid. Someday, the old ways will come back, and this list may be handy […]

Views of the Neighborhood – Lakeway Skypark Open House

Today we are going to attend the Lakeway Autopark open house. This event doesn’t take place often, but this was the weekend for it. We are boing catered by Matties of Austin and music by the (who else) B52’s Menu Biscuits + Chorizo Cream Gravy˚ with scrambled eggs Milk Punch French Toast macerated strawberries, candied […]

Stream of Consciousness Saturday – Prompt – A Picture From Wherever

  Staring at the cup as the machine finishes its work, the residual effects of my second Covid booster have me fixated on the beauty of the dark frothy liquid. For two days, my body has been in a state that could best be described as hungover. Recalling the days when copious amounts of gin […]

Friday JohnKu – AKA – TGIF – Fri-Yay/Good News.

Today’s Good News comes from the Good News Network. Here is the story in its entirety. Millions of Tons of Earth Dug for New London Subway Line Became a New Bird Sanctuary By Andy Corbley – May 31, 2022 Ben Hall/RSPB Images Multi-billion dollar civic engineering projects tend not to be good news for wildlife, […]

Thursday – A Little Personal – Twiggy and Lucy Supervise the Work

“Oh, oh, Little One. Looks like the General Contractor is at work again.” “General Contractor as in Dad, Right?” “Yeah. I wonder what he is up to today?” “I have to hope it is nothing we need to be involved in helping.” “I think if we follow the electrical cord, we may get an answer.” […]