Friday Fictioneers – 11/27/15 — Beloved Sentinel

This week’s Friday Fictioneers challenge. The photo is courtesy of Sandra Crook. My story is below the picture. BELOVED SENTINEL “Does she stand on that cliff every day?” Tobias asked. “Every day,” Raulf replied, looking at the young girl wrapped in her woolen shawl, black hair windswept like a flag. “But five years! Surely sheContinue reading “Friday Fictioneers – 11/27/15 — Beloved Sentinel”

Award Rebels

Hey, I got a treat today: Gerry, (Sitting on the Porch, Rocking Away the Blues) and I are both what one might call award rebels. We believe in giving awards to other bloggers because they have done great work, been inspiring, or added some other positive dimension to the world of their readers. But weContinue reading “Award Rebels”

Just Do It

These delightful daffodils — golden bells of sunshine — exploded in my back yard a day ago. They always come — regardless of what the weather man says. A friend told me today that she heard a winter-weather advisory for this area, and I responded that almost every year, as soon as my daffodils comeContinue reading “Just Do It”