Took a Walk on the River Promenade

. There are picnic tables with those sail tent things over them for shade. The overgrown plantings are gone and replaced with better-looking plants or grass. I only saw 1 river cat. Doesn’t mean there aren’t more, but usually see a ton of them. The best thing? Sea Lions were under the Rio Vista Bridge calling for more art.

February

Valentines 💝 Ah, February. Not yet Spring, not the dead of Winter, February may be the dreariest month of the year. Valentine’s day brightens the month in a flurry of flowers, chocolates, and red hearts. Let us not forget the cards. According to Hallmark, about 114 million Valentine’s Day cards are exchanged every year. That’s a lot! I always think…

The Glasses

Photo Prompt Short Story The Glasses is a short story I wrote for a photo prompt contest I was invited to enter. The photo itself was of a pair of round glasses sitting on what appears to be a bench with raindrops on them. It is nighttime as there are blurred lights behind the glasses and the picture is dark….

November

Fall Leaves

FABULOUS FALL Being November, I was thinking about the Holidays coming up and wondering how it will go with Covid19 on the loose. There are questions. Can I be with family? It would be hard to not be with family in person. What about getting the necessary food items for the holidays, the turkey for Thanksgiving, the Ham for Christmas,…

I Was So Proud

The title is the Writer’s Prompt I got. Below is the result of that prompt. I was about 6 before I learned how to tie my shoes. Who taught me is in dispute among my sister,s but it was a combination of two sisters. One big sister taught me the correct way and for some reason, my brain could not…

October

Fall is here! I love October and the start of Fall. The idea of snuggling under blankets with a cup of hot tea and a good book or a scary movie to watch. The anticipation of rain and stormy weather. Thinking of hot chocolate warming your hands and sitting by the fire pit watching the flames dance for you comes…