Friday, August 31, 2012

Walk With Me

As a mature person who recently turned 82 years old, I felt it would be nice to write a poem about aging. You know the type: the sliding down the banister of life or traveled many roads, some of which weren’t even paved, kind of heart-wrenching poetic story.

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Mother's Cookbook

One of the items found among my mother’s personal items after she passed away was an old cookbook. The book was in near terminal condition. You might say, “It had shared its last batch of cookies!”

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Gold Rush Lady

In the mid 1800’s the “Gold Rush” started in the United States, but it wasn’t until 1915 that a $10 million gold strike was discovered in the Black Mountains of Arizona. A tent city named Vivian quickly arose and the population grew to over 3500 in one year.