Haiku May I?

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5/4

Feeling really weird

Too flushed and warm to the touch

Could it be COVID?

I’m going home now.

Hopefully, this is nothing

But paranoia

Tested negative

Praising God for His mercy

Stupid allergies

Possibly the coolest bus I’ve ever seen. No, I never went inside. 😦

5/14

The ghost bus arrived

Come to carry me away

From my mundane life

My favorite part of Spring!

Crabapple blossoms

In pursuit of springtime dew

Open soft lips wide

Rabbit hopping near the irises…

6/1

Hey little bunny

Nice irises you’ve got there

Enjoy the sunshine

April showers bring Haiku

Some images from springtime . . . more to come
Crocuses! Croci? Whatever, I love them!

4/6/20

New life peeking out

Emerging from underneath

Last year’s crumbling death

Crack in the sidewalk as writing prompt

4/9

One sharp blow reveals

Underlying weaknesses

In our foundation.

Pretty sure it isn’t a “daisy tree” but it sounds cute

4/27

Look! A daisy tree.

The sky is so very blue

New growth in spring time.

The Journey Begins

Thanks for visiting!

Spring time brings with it new growth, so I though this would be the perfect time to begin a blog. I plan on becoming a published author, and I have been told that having a website and a blog is something that successful authors do. So…here we are.

This is a writer’s blog, so there will definitely be updates about progress on the novels and other projects that I am working on. I might even post my amateurish character sketches. However, I also plan to mention other things, too. These things might include my family, my religious beliefs, events that I’ve attended, and other assorted life adventures.

My intention is to avoid any political ranting and raving, but I might periodically post my own opinions about relevant news that I have heard and social topics that I touch upon in my novels. My goal is to be as inoffensive as possible. I apologize in advance if something I post offends you. Please let me know if this is the case. Communication goes both ways, after all.

You will most likely see quotes from the Bible and my comments on them, so be prepared for that, as well.

And I will give you a new heart, and a new spirit I will put within you. And I will remove the heart of stone from your flesh and give you a heart of flesh. — Ezekiel 36:26 ESV

I thought that one was kind of appropriate, given that I am embarking on a new adventure. Thank you, God, for my new heart. I desperately needed one.

All righty then. Let us all blast off into space, leaving the solar system via our own personal wormhole, passing stars and strange planets (like the ones I drew in MS Paint, below). Let us begin our journey to Tehara, a planet on the other side of the Milky Way galaxy that bears an uncanny resemblance to the planet Earth…

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