Sleep Deprivation Poem

It was ‘most eleven when, I retired the caps of teacher and mother Climbed into bed next to my husband, who only sighed, and Rewarded myself with another night’s sleep The dog howled at midnight, insisting upon a trip outside Some child was up, ushering in the witching hour, When she emerged a conversation, then… Continue reading Sleep Deprivation Poem

Things Kate Redmon Likes

Originally posted on Things We Like:
The rich combination of warm sunshine and cool breeze on bare shoulders Riots of fuchsia bougainvillea blossoms on overgrown shrubs Sharp-witted wordplay The heady smell of plumeria that envelops the senses when stepping off the plane at the Honolulu Airport When my pinochle partner passes just the cards I need…