Reblog: The Gawkey and Flaybottomist…

Good evening/night, LifeLessons readers, OkcForgottenMan still here. Judy continues toiling in her writers retreat, and I’m still here reblogging some of her older poems. It’s a fun gig for me as I stroll back through her blog archive, wondering which to select. I’ve done this before, and I’m looking at her posts from 2016 this go-around.

My final pick for today is a fun read (well, to me). It’s a response Judy wrote to a NaPoWriMo prompt. Just the title and accompanying photo should be enough to give you a smile and a reason to click on it. The title? The Gawkey and Flaybottomist—Who Should Have Stopped When First They KissedHave I got you hooked yet? Bet I do!

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Reblog: Thirteen Unfortunate Fortune Cookie Fortunes

Good afternoon again, LifeLessons readers, OkcForgottenMan here again. Judy continues toiling in her writers retreat in Colima, and I’m still here reblogging some of her older poems. It’s a fun gig for me as I stroll back through her blog archive, wondering which to select. I’ve done this before, and I’m looking at her posts from 2016 this go-around.

My second selection today (one more later) is a real change of pace. It’s “Thirteen Unfortunate Fortune Cookie Fortunes“, which Judy wrote to a NaPoWriMo prompt. I sure hope y’all are curious enough to click. Methinks you won’t be disappointed!

Reblog: Words After an Armistice

Good afternoon, LifeLessons readers, OkcForgottenMan here again. Judy is in the sixth day of her writers retreat in Colima, and I’m still here reblogging some of her older poems. It’s a fun gig for me as I stroll back through her blog archive, wondering which to select. I’ve done this before, and I’m looking at her posts from 2016 this go-around.

My first selection today (not sure I’ll post more – my day runneth over) is “Words After an Armistice“, which Judy posted in April, 2016. As always, I hope you enjoy.

Reblog: Hidden

Good evening, LifeLessons readers, OkcForgottenMan still here. Judy continues toiling in her writers retreat in Colima, and I’m still here reblogging some of her older poems. It’s a fun gig for me as I stroll back through her blog archive, wondering which to select. I’ve done this before, and I’m looking at her posts from 2016 this go-around.

My final pick for today is “Hidden“, from late March, 2016. I’ll let it introduce itself, and I hope y’all enjoy.