Well folks, it is once again October 23, or as we know it on this blog, International Neanderthal Heritage Day, and so, in honor of my Neanderthal ancestors I have chosen to interpret today's Inktober prompt as R.I.P. - Rest in Peace. As discovered at this Neanderthal burial site, the presence of ancient pollen on … Continue reading INKTOBER 2020: Day 23. RIP
Work kinda kicked my ass last week. Then over the weekend my neighbors damn near burned down the house. And now I am currently recovering from a migraine that was so bad I briefly thought I might be having a stroke. Nevertheless, we continue.
That's it. I'm a taking a nap. It's a lazy Sunday for me. Hope you are all doing well. Take it easy.
A Banana Hammock Limerick: There once was a man they called Hulky-- Whose strict discipline made him quite bulky ---He was never one to indulge ---So much as a yank of his bulge And that's why he was always so sulky.
She Let It Burn, But Didn't Breathe It In I don't want to leave-- She said, putting the cigarette between her lips. She let me light it. Then don't, I said. She let it burn, but didn't breathe it in. When the ashes reached her fingertips She dropped it, Ground the sparks into the pavement, … Continue reading INKTOBER 2020: Day 2. Wisp
A Brief Haiku Inspired by Inktober and Hemingway I drew a marlin with some dry erase markers. I thought of baseball.
It is bitter--bitter, but I like it because it is bitter, and because it is my heart. * I MADE IT!!! I commented on Jomz Ojeda's blog that I wanted to end with a bang, but was afraid I was going to end with stick figures. Then I realized I could do both. Thanks for … Continue reading INKTOBER 2019: Day 31. Ripe
It's my birthday!!! You know what that means--I'm one year closer to the inevitable decline of my mental and physical faculties. With that in mind, please consider donating to the Alzheimer's Association in honor of my birthday. Thanks! DONATE What is Inktober? You can learn more about it here.
Phillicent Pharmy Phillicent Pharmy had a sore arm-y so he stretched it out like a yogi. He started at the shoulder then moved to the elbow bent at the wrist and then-- Oh. Oh no. No. That's not-- Oh my God. Nope. Nope. Nope. Nope. That's not-- No. That ain't right.