Diva in a Cone

The Real Sleeping Beauty.

I mean . . . Jernee’s the only dog I know that can pull off a cone and not lose her “Diva” status. How cute is this little monster, right here?!

If you’ve missed why there is a need for the cone, click here.

future vacation (for Labor Day)

A Senryu, 2 Parts

a reservation
at a prominent resort
booked–me and my girl

excited for fun
in the mountains with nature
no brouhaha, please

Yesterday, I booked the hotel for Labor Day weekend in Asheville, NC. Jernee and me will be staying at the Crowne Plaza Resort. I got a great deal using Snaptravel that saved me around $260.00. I had to jump on that deal; it would have been ludicrous not to. I am excited, and I hope we’ll be able to see this thing through. I worry with these rising numbers for the Delta variant of the Coronavirus, but I am going to remain hopeful about it.

what he’s done, he doesn’t see

NaPoWriMo #16 Lune, 3 Parts


no one like her

Lune #25 of 25

Jernee: Staring back at me.

there’s no one like her
my sweet girl
my sunrise–sunset

*A lune (rhymes with moon) is a very short poem. It has only three lines. It is similar to a haiku. A haiku has three lines, and it follows a 5/7/5 syllable pattern. The lune’s syllable pattern is 5/3/5. Since the middle line is limited to three syllables, it is often the shortest line of the three. This makes a lune curve a bit like a crescent moon.

This is Lune #25 of this project and I am happy that each of you came along for the ride. Thank you for reading.