Sweet Dreams...Roy Buchanan
The Way It Is...Chicken Shack
Empty Handed...Snowy White
California... John Mayall
The weather man calls it a cyclonic bomb. I call it the gods bowling what a night, exciting.
“The bitterest tears shed over graves are for words left unsaid and deeds left undone.”
–Harriet Beecher Stowe
Fall hit the south bay. Big leaves pile up on the sidewalk. Walking by street after street of ancient houses. Walking back to the truck I spy three elderly women huddling on the sidewalk on the opposite side of the street. Discussing garden issues, one with a dog walked away in my direction. Hunched over, her white hair showing above the collar of her coat. She is pulled along by her dog. I walked by her she said, "hello good morning" from across the street in a familiar way. I turned to look, her hair was a chestnut and her posture was a bit straighter.Her face mid aged. Her dog focused on me, ears standing up. I waved three times . She gave me a big warm smile. She turned and walked down the street. Her hair is pinned up. So it had grown in the last couple of seconds. I looked back up the street. No one was there. She had vanished. nada. Not there. I waved to Hecate. ~ by earthgrinder
Chasing the art...Ghosts of Paraqua
Tale of the moon...Abakus
Falling Drops...Zero Cut
Winter cold with little light. The field ended in a cold white fog. Dusting of snow covers the ground. A dot appears on the close horizon. To far away to see what it is just a dot moving side to side, rushing toward me. Growing bigger and bigger.. The beast is coming.
On Oct 31 st my wife went to the hospital. She was coughing up a lot of blood. She called me and collapsed in the hallway. She could not breath because so much blood was coming up filling her mouth and air passages. I called 911 she was laying on her back I moved her over to her side. My love passed out still bleeding from here mouth and nose. A minute or two passed the fire engine appeared parked the wrong way. Traffic building up on the outside street. The ambulance arrived. The Emts asked their questions and I answered. Then drove my love off to the hospital. I did not know if she would make it. Her hair and face covered in her blood and it coming out off her nose and mouth. We carried her out in the chair to the gurney. That was the last time I saw her until I made it to the hospital emergency room.
The doctors were working on her and wouldn't let me see here right away. The doctors found an intense pneumonia and coughing caused the bleeding. She has been in negative air for the past two days until the pneumonia is beaten back. Very happy to see her well. w e have been together 30 years and it would break my heart to lose her.
There is alot of blood in my carpet in the hallway. More on how it got there in the future. How do you get it cleaned up? Anyone have any suggestions.