Thankfully, my hearth and heart are full.
What am I called? It depends on who you are.
This is doodle of Harold. He was a marionette. I built him with the ever expanding imagination of a five year old.
Lively as you can, resist the urge to eddy in the still waters.
Today’s post is the first of what I hope to be daily prompts during November 2018. Let’s go #NaBloPoMo!
Savor friends and sip of stress
…You teach me how to cope with adversity by using humor.…
Pious, French, fighter Tried for heresy, retried Charred beauty to saint Haiku and photos by a passing observer, Stephanie Abbott. Sculpture, plaque, and piety provided by the grace of others. ____________ Monday, April 17, 2017. Today, I snapped this picture of a painted statue of Saint Joan of Arc that stands
Her strides curb to spot Bright blooms bedazzled downtown Distracted, she trips ___________________ I created this image tonight, and then wrote the accompanying haiku. I missed my daily walk today. I mean that I really did miss taking a walk downtown today. This is my post for Day #21 in
Tensions release to Day’s bright for hope not bloodshed For peaceful mindsets ©2015 Stephanie Abbott. All rights reserved. ____________ Monday, September 21, 2015 (International Day of Peace). Let us find common ground to build a place for peace. I created the image (using ArtRage 4) and wrote this haiku while