Mumbles… ugh!

Just using my phone for a quick post. Still dealing with the move in a heat advisory. Nearing the end of clean out next comes unpacking. Miss you all. Internet in less than a week…woo-hoo! Stay hydrated and cool my friends, (((HUGS)))!


There seems to be a loss,

A dearth if you will,

Of passion in our life.

I don’t know if you don’t care

Or if you have just grown tired.

All I know is I miss your touch

And your attention.

I feel alone so much of the time

Even when you are here.

Is there any way to save us

Or is the loss too great to overcome?


Written for Fandango’s One-Word Challenge (FOWC) – dearth

Should I

Let me take a minute

To catalog my thoughts

To find what I need to know –

Should I stay,

Or should I go?

Taking inventory of moments,

Both good and bad,

I find myself still puzzled

By how you act.

Your words say one thing,

Your actions another.

I cannot take this lightly

My future is at stake.

Should I stay,

Or should I go?

Only my heart truly knows.


Written for Fandango’s One-Word Challenge (FOWC) – inventory

Mumbles … chaos

I’m at a loss.  My mind is too filled with packing and clean-up thought to come up with anything for silkscreen.  I do have a couple of silkscreen shirts I wear.  I remember taking a class trip to an art studio to learn about the silkscreen process.  But that is where the thoughts stopped.

We have 6 days to get packed here at the apartment and get the house ready to be moved into… we are not going to be ready at the house I know.  Kitchen remodel took longer than expected.  We are still without a light and the floor tiles still sit in boxes.  The new doors and drawers are still waiting to be made.  The shower in the basement still waits for walls.  We do have most of the old furniture out so our stuff can move in.  I am approaching full panic mode!

So, I hope to be able to stay somewhat up to date on my daily prompts, but if I miss one or two please forgive me for my absence.  I will at least try to read posts still as we go through these next few days.  Now I must go and box up the winter clothes and then head over to the house to do some more work there… I am approaching exhaustion.  Wish me luck!


Written for Fandango’s One-Word Challenge (FOWC) – silkscreen