Grasp (Photo credit: teddy-rised)

I’m falling now

I’m falling unafraid

Grasping at sacred words

That make no sound

They tumble out

A liquid kaleidoscope

Oozing through my fingers

Colors arranging,  composing

Into a siren song Continue reading



English: Three-quarter length portrait of Rudy...

Rudyard Kipling


If you can keep your head when all about you

Are losing theirs and blaming it on you;

If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,

But make allowance for their doubting too:

If you can wait and not be tired by waiting,

Or being lied about, don’t deal in lies, Continue reading

“I LOVE YOU” for a penny

English: Large amount of pennies

(Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Have you ever heard the phrase, “if I had a nickle for every time….”.

Well, OK. It’s an old one. Originated at a time when you could actually buy something for a nickle. Well, yeah I can still remember a time that when you could actually buy five pieces of candy for a nickle. They weren’t individually wrapped and the little old lady at the counter didn’t wear a plastic glove and most times you found the pennies laying in the street, in the dirt and grim. Mmmm licked your fingers when you were done.

But what I really want to talk about is “I love you”.

If I had a penny for every time someone in the world said “I love you”, today. How much money would I have? Continue reading


Strait answers and other lies.

Deception is a common commodity in commerce in the modern world and especial prevalent on the free information highway the internet or world-wide web or online or googling or yahooing or binging or what ever you call it when we search for knowledge.

I’m not presenting for discussion a search for a tangible consumer product or service. One expects to have to play a game of three-card monte when purchasing a car, a toaster, a television, airline ticket, insurance or an investment product.

So why is it so difficult to find relevant information online? Continue reading



TESTING TESTING one, 2, 3. Can anyone hear me?

Well I sure am glad I chose the easy WordPress platform. I’ve been dabbling here on my own. Guess tomorrow I will have to open up that book, WordPress for Dummies by Lisa Sabin-Wilson.  I’d like to nominate my self for top dummy.

Glad I’m on vacation going to need some time before I get the hang of this and post my first real blog. Just to see how it will look filled up with words. I’m going to fill the rest of this page with gibberish. Continue reading