“It is always an misinterpretation or Alternative fact.” Continue reading Who me?
Just to say the word HOME, that one word alone so pleasantly cool Continue reading Haiku by Issa
For me both journaling and coloring are great for the soul. Then again all art forms are soulful experiences for me. I published a book that focuses on both journaling and coloring. The book contains mandalas i drew and pages to jot down reflections. I included some inspirational quotes that I call food for thought. My mentor and longtime friend recently commented on my book. … Continue reading Journaling and Coloring
We are who we love and no one can change that. We are a part of their souls; We met somewhere in time; And the memory remained. We are who we love and no one can change that. Our hearts knew each other before we became earthly. The awareness was purposeful. The love was simply too great. It could be said, It was fate. … Continue reading We Are Who We Love And No One Can Change That
I came across quite a few workbooks at the book store that suggest that we keep lists of some sort or another. One book caught my attention Listful Thinking: Using Lists to be More Productive, Highly Successful and Less Stressed. It made me think of my mother who was a list maker. She made lists to remind her about things. She made a to do … Continue reading My Mother Made Lists
Are you thinking what I am thinking? Today has been very perplexing. Are you thinking what I am thinking? I do not understand what is happening! Are you thinking what I am thinking? Someone requested that I not worry. Hah! Are you thinking what I am thinking? Yes often our minds are our worst enemy! Are you thinking what I am thinking? I am … Continue reading Are you thinking what I am thinking?
Melba Christie We all start our journey through life, with the pitter-patter of our feet. a milestone most of us meet, by about the age of one, all is discovery and so much fun. But life will take you down many paths some will be rough and some smooth some you will hate some you will love some created just for you … Continue reading Journey
This decision is not linked to a New Year’s resolution because I do not believe in making resolutions. The other day, coincidently at the beginning of this year, I was thinking about the fact that I am totally bilingual and that I write poems and stories in Spanish. Some pieces are direct translations but many I originally wrote in Spanish. I found a few in … Continue reading Poemattic Becomes Bilingual in 2016
Josephina sees herself in the mirror for the very first time her baby blues open wide in awe of the image she does not know yet belongs to her for she is only seven months old Josephina examines the face carefully moves in closer looks straight into her own eyes Wrinkles her tiny nose giggles joyfully in approval of the beautiful little girl probably thinking … Continue reading Josephina sees herself in the mirror
Sometimes it is important to rewind to those difficult times in one’s life. A good movie clip may capture our heart for a few moments and remind us to think about the stuff that truly counts. We may find ourselves rewinding to that specific clip because it helps us to cope with or recoup from the stresses in life. I found myself doing just that the … Continue reading Be kind and Rewind