Fellowship, Family, & Friends

This post by Gayle M. Irwin This is my last post (for now, at least!) with this wonderful group of writers… and people. Since this is the week my parents are visiting, and also when I’ve spent time with wonderful friends, I thought I’d write a little reflection on fellowship, friends and family (which, of … Continue reading Fellowship, Family, & Friends

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Friends are Great by Cher’ley

  This Blog by Cher'ley Grogg Del and I had a wonderful visit with a fellow WW&W, Mike Staton. I don't know what his plans for the day were but he reminded me of this poem by Robert Frost: A Time to Talk By Robert Frost When a friend calls to me from the road And … Continue reading Friends are Great by Cher’ley

Memories

. Kate Wyland . We put down my last horse three weeks ago. Glory (officially Fallen Queen) was 31, mostly blind from cataracts, had Cushings disease and arthritis. I hadn’t ridden her for the past two years because her blindness caused her to stumble and, with her arthritis, I couldn’t take a chance on her … Continue reading Memories

Friendship in the Garden by ErinFarwell

Recently I enjoyed the best evening I’ve had in a long time. While I love my husband and daughter dearly, this time was spent with my dear friend Stephanie Stamm. We first met in Chicago many years ago and later we became roommates, sharing my condo located near Foster and Sheridan roads just off of … Continue reading Friendship in the Garden by ErinFarwell

Walking 2 Dogs and Writing by Stephen

This Blog by Stephen W. Buehler Seymour and Spumoni For thee next two weeks my dog Seymour and I will be enjoying of the company of a friend's dog, Spumoni. I never had a pet, not even as a child, until five years ago when I adopted Seymour. Since then I’ve learned about responsibility and … Continue reading Walking 2 Dogs and Writing by Stephen

Basking in Beauty: Past, Present and Future

This post by Gayle M. Irwin The past several days I've spent in the sunny southwest. The desert is alive with color and since spring was just last week, I found the timing of my visit very appropriate. While in Phoenix, I saw roses and multiple other types of flowers. Traveling to Tucson, cactus flowers, … Continue reading Basking in Beauty: Past, Present and Future

Celebrating Friends

This post by Gayle M. Irwin In a few days, I’ll take that big ol’ jet airliner (see Steve Miller Band’s song on YouTube) west and southwest. I’m traveling to Phoenix for about five days then spending two-and-a-half in Las Vegas (and looking forward to meeting Mike Staton and having lunch with him while I’m … Continue reading Celebrating Friends

Those are NOT my monkeys!

This post by L.Leander, Author of Fearless Fiction Those are NOT my monkeys! Ever get into one of these predicaments? How do you handle it? The school calls. The person calling apologizes, but the parent who was supposed to make 100 cupcakes for tomorrow is ill. Could you please take her place? What do you … Continue reading Those are NOT my monkeys!

A Gift of Time by Erin Farwell

Lately it seems as though I am simply surviving. I move from one task to the next with little ability or energy to plan beyond the next deadline or responsibility. I have been sick the last week or so, a cold that just won’t go away, but it’s more than that. I’m the one who … Continue reading A Gift of Time by Erin Farwell

A Bounty of Blessings

This post by Gayle M. Irwin It's the month we celebrate several things including veterans, pets, America. Thanksgiving is around the corner and in the United States this is a holiday which means more (or should) than planning the trek to stores that are open for “Black Friday”/Thanksgiving Thursday. Anticipating spending this Thanksgiving in Montana … Continue reading A Bounty of Blessings