Archive for 'MeMe’s'
Posted on 07. Mar, 2013 by vanessa.
Thirteen chapter titles for The Salt Lover’s Book of magic and their general themes. Salt the wounds – healing With a grain of salt – tranquility Worth it’s salt – wealth Back to the salt mines – career Salt of the earth – friends Salt it away – prosperity Salt Lake – scrying Don’t spill […]
Posted on 09. Dec, 2012 by vanessa.
© Daryl Edelstein See more wonderful images at Out and About in New York City My poem inspired by the image above: What’s Real? Read between the edges see what’s behind the reflections flung into the world what will you find? Is there substance to keep you satisfied more than a day an hour a minute? […]
Posted on 07. Dec, 2012 by vanessa.
Between you and me… I have seven toes on my sinister foot. When I walk, I list in that direction. Shoes wear down on that side causing even greater leftist leanings. Between you and me… I like chartreuse but I’ve been told I’m a bit mentally loose; abstruse and obtuse. You’d have to be loony […]
Posted on 05. Mar, 2010 by vanessa.
Hosted by G-Man @ Mr. KnowItAll The earth moved under me. I stood with my legs wide apart for balance and stability but the vibrations crawled up my body knocking my cells together like bumper cars at the carnival. My vision blurred; my teeth chattered; my flesh wobbled. I turned off the weight loss vibrating […]
Posted on 04. Mar, 2010 by vanessa.
Other Thursday Thirteens These were the thirteen questions asked on the 1850 US Census. 1. Dwelling houses and number in order of visitation. 2. Families numbered in the order of visitation. 3. The name of every person whose usual place of abode on the 1st day of June, 1850, was in this family. 4. Age. […]
Posted on 02. Mar, 2010 by vanessa.
Teaser Tuesdays brought to you by MizB at Should Be Reading. ~ click the button ~ American Gods by Neil Gaiman Published – March 4th 2002 by Headline Book Publishing (first published 2001) Paperback, 672 pages Literary awards – Bram Stoker Award for Best Novel (2001), Hugo Award for Best Novel (2002), Nebula Award for […]