Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Energy Barely Contained

with new jeans and name tags -
yellow busses.

Friday, December 28, 2007

Walmart Tenacity

to rusted barbed wire
Shredded blue plastic

Sunday, December 16, 2007

The Odd Neighbor's Christmas Series

One sure way to find other women's weblogs is to read the profile page of theirs when they comment to my own weblog. That is how I found The Odd Neighbor. She writes very pretty haiku and she also writes funny haiku too.

She has written haiku sentences for a series of Christmas cards and they are funny and pretty too. I think the combination is a wonderful testament to the love and grace bestowed on us all during this Holiest of seasons.

We were made in His image. And I believe that humor is one of His greatest gifts and here are some very humorous Christmas cards.


Thursday, October 4, 2007

Till we meet again

Safely cradled
in His loving embrace . .
my Angelina.

Sunday, September 9, 2007

Heard over the Traffic

with the neighbor's dog . . .
One blue jay

Wednesday, September 5, 2007

When Poets Hate

I have removed Loree O'neil's poem, Reflections of 911 and the links to her Poetry weblog from my weblog. I found something terrible about Loree O'neil who is against American Jews. Here is what I found on Google.



Here is an excerpt of a angry rant she posted on a forum about Jews and her link to the white supremacist group she uses as her authority. And she also used a smiley face because she thinks this is funny.

Reading the history of the Jewish people, is
exactly what has earned them the reputation they have, that causes some people

As you point out, there is the 'money' issue....Even Jesus took
a whip and chased the money changers out of the Temple....those money changers,
according to the Bible, WERE Jews.

How do you feel about, among dozens
of OTHER famous people, warnings from such great leaders as George Washington
and Benjamin Franklin, about the 'evil' of Jews? When I learned that, I was
quite surprised, as it isn't something 'taught' in school:-)


(c) Loree (Mason) O'Neil
(c) Loree (Mason) O'Neil

Thursday, August 2, 2007


In mud
up to his knees,
a boy giggles.

Saturday, July 7, 2007

Ornamental Cabbage

Purple lace
graces a spiraling fan
of green ruffles.