August 28, 2017

          The small swimming pool sits quiescent in the sunlight. Occasional clouds wander overhead. Light breezes attempt to wave away the heat. Shadows waver and darken the water while the accumulated detritus of a week away fr...

August 18, 2017

        

A morning walk for two along the edge of the sea

Talking and taking pictures

Scanning the pleasing vista

A casual glance down, and suddenly the usual is amazingly unusual

One single cheerio on the sand near the advancing waves

My first thought

How...

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About the Writer

 

          The title of this blog refers to the way my mind works. Thoughts and ideas are always “…jumping around like fleas on a hot griddle.” That’s how my eighth grade Latin teacher, Mrs. Bradham, described our early teen brains.

            I never grew out of that. This is a collection of those fleas still jumping around in my head.

            I’m a retired public school teacher and ex-counselor, proud to have made it to Medicare, a life-long resident of South Carolina. I now fill my days writing, working in the yard, building shelves (I love to organize.), and thoroughly enjoying every minute. As a friend of a friend said, “Every day is Saturday night.”