December Is Coming

November 29th, the next to last day of NaNoWriMo and the first day that the library where I work is returning to “normal” hours – in the middle of the pandemic. Morally and psychologically, I’m not sure how I feel about that. Also, I just typed THE END on a novel and this is traditionally […]

Letter to God: Cryptic Much?

Hi again who or whatever you are, Yes, some days be like that. I’m mostly writing now because that last one ended on a cryptic note. To be about as clear as stained glass, I’m not talking about my relationship with your son anymore. Because, reasons. Also, I really didn’t – and still don’t know […]

Cats Can

Remember the time when we were trying to break into the house because someone (clear throat) forgot her keys again, even though she swore she wouldn’t forget – just saying. We decided to wait outside and while we were outside talking you also lost your hat (it really wasn’t your day.) You went to chase […]

Friday Fictioneers: Ghost Cat

PHOTO PROMPT – © Scott L. Vannatter   get the InLinkz code Wherever you are, Ghost Cat will find you. Whatever you do, Ghost Cat will find you. Not again. I flip on the light, climb out of bed, and open my sock drawer. There she is, with her gleaming, oh-so-innocent eyes. One last mew […]


Okay this is me being incredibly silly but … our 2 year old black and white cat, D.J. aka Diane Junior was put to sleep on Monday after a months-long battle with … the vets still aren’t sure what. And I am sad. But the days are gorgeous and spring is giving way to summer […]