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September 16, 2013 | Author: Terry Gibson Aquabus, Granville Island, Vancouver, B.C., Canada (Photo credit: Curtis Cronn) How do I change when I am writing? With great difficulty. It depends on three vital points. Where am I writing? While on the Skyt
bookmark_terry · 409 days ago

2012 Election Haiku #5 by Beth Landau   My name is Beth Landau And I approve these haiku. (I had to do it.)   See more at my blog, Nascent Niknud: http://bit.ly/Sx8IAj
theblandau · 723 days ago

2012 Election Haiku #4 by Beth Landau Cast your jaded vote. Our responsibility Supersedes our doubt.   See more at my blog, Nascent Niknud: http://bit.ly/Sx8IAj
theblandau · 723 days ago

2012 Election Haiku #3 by Beth Landau Local businessman Threatened lay-offs should Mitt lose. Oh, ethics shmethics.   See more at my blog, Nascent Niknud: http://bit.ly/Sx8IAj
theblandau · 723 days ago

2012 Election Haiku #2 by Beth Landau All these cross-aisle vows. Is bipartisanism Even possible?   See the rest at on my blog, Nascent Niknud: http://bit.ly/Sx8IAj
theblandau · 723 days ago

Let's not be silly. Of course I care who you pick. That's why I don't ask.   More at: http://bit.ly/Sx8IAj  
theblandau · 724 days ago

When I am an old woman I shall wear purple With a red hat which doesn't go, and doesn't suit me, And I shall spend my pension on brandy and summer gloves And satin sandals, and say we've no money for butter. I shall sit down on the pavement when I'm tired
bookmark_terry · 925 days ago

Anita Woodley, a journalist and radio producer, channels her younger self, her mother and grandmother in a one-woman play she has written to tell a powerful story about women’s leadership. It is an earnest story about sickness and healing, aging, love, and
IntheHeartland · 1158 days ago

  Uh-oh. Brain Freeze. This is my third post here yet it is as intimidating as the first. How silly of me! Anyway, today I want to recount for you a little incident at the supermarket yesterday. My friend and I were at the cash, crossing fingers and toes t
bookmark_terry · 1284 days ago

My second post and my hands are shaking.  Yack. Yack. Yack. Yackity Yack. Will that cut it? Does it help to know that I've never been more enthralled with a conversation with myself? Nope? Okay. Now what? I’m usually so wordy. What’s going on now?  I se
bookmark_terry · 1286 days ago

This was originally posted to my personal blog on February 3, 2003. For the record, the relevant ages of the relevant participants were: Gina – 13 yrs. Kimmie – 8 yrs. Ricky – 5 yrs. ... and Derek is a family friend who was living with our family at the ti
DawnRRivers · 1287 days ago

Once was a redheaded boy named Ken, For a horse he did have a great yen. Mother and father he begged again, To ride the wind and fight the bad men.   Now Ken he wanted to play at war, Just like they did in the days of yore. Their dog was too small without
Marta · 1290 days ago

It seems like yesterday when my sisters and I would go to the Laundromat and entertain ourselves and anyone else that happened to be there at the time with a song and dance routine. LOL it embarrassed our kids to no end but what else are parents and aunts
Marta · 1291 days ago

A Woman On The Verge?  Me? I'm just thrilled to be here.  So, I'm Terry Gibson and I live in Canada. Yeah.  I'm one of those quiet, shy peeps from the North who tends to apologize a lot. But never about the snow...never about our snow. But, since discoveri
bookmark_terry · 1291 days ago

I guess I'll officially declare that this will be Ricky month. What follows is another oldie-but-goodie. About a decade before he was longing for a golden penis sheath to show off in the locker room, he was entertaining me in other, more innocent ways. I
DawnRRivers · 1291 days ago

SILLIE  MILLIE   Sillie Millie couldn’t stop, Atop the clothes she would plop.   The dryer made a warm nest, She did make an awful mess.   All the clothes covered in fur, Amongst the socks she would purr.   Sillie Millie couldn’t stop, Where possible she w
Marta · 1297 days ago

I'm back in school. I have returned to an institution of higher learning so that I can receive the benefit of an improved mind and increased access to information. For example, if I hadn't gone back to school, I would never have heard the tale of the Golde
DawnRRivers · 1298 days ago

My husband Ken and I were siding our house one day and he was squatted down at the back left corner of the house struggling to install the corner beam. My job in this part of the process was to hold the hammer and be a cheerleader as corner beams can’t be
Marta · 1300 days ago

Craigworth Dimpleton was his name, Our little gray squirrel had his fame. When out with the girls he would go, Downtown where the beer nuts flow.   On a leash so he would not run, Cute and friendly he was such fun. Men would flock, drinks and beer nuts flo
Marta · 1305 days ago

  Tall Men Love Their Height   Tall men love their height A slight advantage from their sight They tower over other gents And cannot stand at all in tents   It does not matter if they’re fat They’re just too tall to notice that Nor does it matter if they’r
Robbie · 1305 days ago

When they say: You're never too old, here's proof they really mean it! Sally Gordon was recently honored as the female exemplar of Outstanding Oldest Worker 2010. Sally is 101! The daughter of Russian immigrants, Sally is one of Nebraska's treasures. She b
IntheHeartland · 1487 days ago
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