Monthly Archives: June 2012

Drivers, Passengers, and Walkers Pick Their Noses – Oh, My!

I have a great front porch, and I like to sit on it in the morning to drink coffee and then any time I take a break. The one thing I hate about sitting on my front porch is watching … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Create

Creating something is so exciting! I have written two children’s picture books. The print versions of the books will go live on next week. I did the photography for the covers and for the picture pages.

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Morning with Cat Stevens

I was looking through some drafts of posts that I had started and abandoned over the past months. I found one with music from Cat Stevens. My CatS even like listening to this song (get it — Cat Stevens, CatS … Continue reading

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Commercial Shoot Today

I’ll be shooting another commercial today. It is for the State Health Department. My part will be shot in Guthrie which is about 45 minutes away, so it’s not a long drive. Hopefully, the final review (before printing the proof … Continue reading

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Random Eccentric Haiku

Just some thoughts in Haiku poetry form. Actually, Haiku poems primarily deal with nature and/or seasons. So the following could possibly be considered eccentric combinations of Haiku and Senryu. Twenty-four hour days I must spend some hours sleeping This is … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Close

2nd daughter singing 3rd grandchild to sleep at Grandawn’s house when he was a little baby. Close, even with the netting between them.

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Chivalry Is Not Dead

My next door neighbor is a young man who has returned to Oklahoma State University to get his doctorate degree. He bought the house next door. He has been a good neighbor – (well, there was the time I had … Continue reading

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Not the Father’s Day I Planned

I had planned to go to Texas to spend Father’s Day with my father, Ralph W. Cawthon. Instead, I spent this past week (the week before Father’s Day) in Texas burying him. I am back at home in Oklahoma today. … Continue reading

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Goodbye, Daddy. . .

This morning my father, Ralph W. Cawthon, left his earthly body to be with Jesus. His passing was unexpected and quick. No more dementia. No more confusion. No more paranoia. No more difficulty getting around. I know he’s running and … Continue reading

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Proof Is On The Way

This morning, I digitally reviewed the print copy of my first book, Benjamin Boo Real Super Hero. The actual, physical, book form proof copy should be in my hands next week! Getting my books into print is a much more … Continue reading

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