This weeks cue is the word “well.”
Six sentences …no more, no less. Use the cue any way you like. Use any genre you like. Post here on Thursday morning or anytime during the week.
I am currently lying on my Mom’s couch watching Ina Garten make tomatoes and gruyere into culinary heaven.
On this Father’s Day, I’m thankful for my elderly Mom. She is getting on in years, but she’s still concerned enough to make blankets for the homeless who find themselves in need come winter. She’s telling me a story of how she prayed to the Virgin Mary when she delivered each of her children. She says it went something like this: ” Hail MARY, full of GRACE!!!”
I’m also grateful for my girl Joulie. She’s learned a lot this year. I’m taking an inventory and realize she was living in quite a neglected state. This year she’s been house trained, learned to sit, stay, and is learning to use a ramp. She’s still working on not barking at every noise. Yesterday she hung out in my housemate Nick’s apartment and behaved! She’s also up to normal weight.
I’m always grateful for where I live
I’ve since left this post and am now returning to it. Ran a few errands and am still at Mom’s house. I’m happy that I was able to straighten out my house some last night. Also that accupuncture helped with back pain. I’m always so grateful for relief and the ability to walk. It’s an amazing thing when you think about it….walking and our ability to be independently moving and self sustaining….in most cases anyway…can you tell I came in on a documentary of spiritualism and Buddhism?
Art is awesome and Im grateful for gifts of art. The mask is a gift from Puerto Rico and my niece drew the rose with colored pencil on vellum.
And the art of nature…
Lastly, Thanks Val for this week’s cue word for Six Sentence Stories…
See you Thursday!
The seeds of revolution continue to grow…
Joulie is learning that barking like you intend to eviscerate someone is not a particularly endearing form of salutation and may get you in trouble.
She is also lookin pretty hot in her fav. T-shirts.
And I think we may have answered the age old question: Can you ever have too many toys?
I, in the mean time, have been developing a fondness for plants, which is quite surprising considering that previously I always considered gardening a forced march and assumed that any plant in my care would have to thrive on neglect.
We’ve taken some good walks lately and the salamanders are back!
Lastly I was able to help a friend by making him some temporary orthotics…I was just happy to have enough books handy for the glueing process without having to dump out a book case.
…and the SSS cue of the week you ask?
See you thursday!