Category: Writing Prompts

Ghostly Spittle – Haiku

At home with the ghosts
Sounds of weeping in the hall
Trapped murmurs haunt us.

Quote – Healing – Week #25

The feature image is the balance between nature and creativity. It is a Zen Garden that Frank made that is interactive for anyone who wants to take it apart and put it together through their own meditation.

#Write Photo – Tower – Haiku

#WritePhoto challenge – Tower
Hello Rapunzel!
Are you there my dear beauty?
Allow me to see.

Quote – Beauty – Mother’s Day – Week #24

The feature image is the balance between nature and creativity. It is a Zen Garden that Frank made that is interactive for anyone who wants to take it apart and put it together through their own meditation.

Quote – Lighthouse – Week #23

The feature image is the top of the St. Marks Lighthouse at the St. Marks Wildlife Refuge just south of the Florida state capitol of Tallahassee. I am sharing a few of the Florida lighthouses that I have visited over the years. It is not the total list, but some of my favorites.

Quote – Balance – Week #22

The feature image is the balance between nature and creativity. It is a Zen Garden that Frank made that is interactive for anyone who wants to take it apart and put it together through their own meditation.

A-Z Challenge – U is for Upland Game Bird

Upland Game Birds are a select species of birds in the Phasianidae family with the exception of the Northern Bobwhite and Scaled Quail that are in the Odontophoridae family, plus the Plain Chachalaca in the Cracidae family.

A-Z Challenge – T is for Titmouse

The Tufted Titmouse is a small gray bird with a loud voice that echoes through the forest that it inhabits. They are frequent visitors to feeders.

A-Z Challenge – S is for Sanderling

Sanderling strolling along the shoreline.

Sanderlings are small plump sandpipers. In breeding colors, they have rusty, black and white mottling.

A-Z Challenge – R is for Roseate Spoonbill

Roseate Spoonbills are pale pink and white birds with a patch of brighter pink on the shoulders and rump. They are so named because of their spoon-shaped bill. Crustaceans and other aquatic invertebrates contain pigments called carotenoids that help turn their feathers pink after they eat them. The more they eat, the brighter pink in their feathers.

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