Rocket at the Keyboard, Again

*Rocket has convinced me to let him do another blog post.  His last one was well received and I think the little guy got a bit of a big head over it. (Don’t tell him that I said that!)  This time, I told Rocket that I would type the post for him.  Although for a little dog, he does a fine job, he just doesn’t have the dexterity in his paws, so it takes him quite a Long time.  Below is Rocket’s post.  Rocket and I hope you enjoy it.  

Hello all!  I’m so glad my mommy let me do another post on her blog thingy.  For those of you out there that missed that first post and would like to read it, you can find it HERE.    Also, for those of you that are still catching up, the picture above is of me!  If you happen to see me on the sidewalk with my mom, be sure to say hi!

There have been times when my celebrity-ness is a little too much, even for me!  So Mom has me go incognito sometimes.

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Not Ok Is Ok — A Guy Called Bloke and Doodlepip’s Adventures

Please take a minute to read Rory’s post. This is a stigma we have about Not Speaking about Depression or Mental Illness. Rory is a brave man to speak up. Please read, you may just learn something! Share!

Not Ok Is Ok

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Most People Are Good

I believe most people are good
And most mama’s oughta qualify for sainthood

Those are the first 2 lines in the chorus of the song Most People Are Good sung by Luke Bryan.  I listen to mostly C&W music these days.  Although my taste in music varies wildly.  Those 2 lines made me think.

I DO think that most people ARE good.  I tend to wear my heart on my sleeve.  I will trust and believe what you say until you prove that I cannot.  This is just the way that I’m wired.  I’ve TRIED to be more wary or cynical of people, but I just can’t do it.  My heart won’t let me.  I just believe that in general, most people ARE good.

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Cherished Scars

The wind

Whispers your name

Haunting me

Days of yesterday

Like a melody

In my head

Keeps repeating

Memories

Of yesterdays

Sweet and bitter

Cherished

Scars

Copyright (C) 2018 Penny Wilson

*Day 20 0f my 30 day Post-a-day challenge. 🙂

 

 

 

 

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Penny Wilson Writes – Truly Inspired #28

Please take a moment to check out the post that A Guy Named Bloke did about my Inspiration for Writing. He calls it Truly Inspired. While your there, be sure to take a look around at his blog. You’ll be glad you did! 🙂

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Truly Inspired Series

1] Blog Name

Penny Wilson Writes

2] Genre/Blog Style

Poetry/Fiction/Life Stories

3] Blog Age

5+ Years

3] At what age did you start to write and what was your motivation for doing so?

I’ve been writing all my life. I starting writing stories as a child. Unfortunately, I did not discover that I really had a “passion” for writing until I was in my 50s.

4] Does writing/creativity come naturally to you or do you struggle to invent something inspirational each day/week/month?

It varies. Some days, it’s almost instant. Other days, I struggle.

5] How prolific are you in your craft?

I write almost every day. So, I guess I would say that I’m fairly prolific.

6] Are your writings displayed elsewhere or just WordPress? If so where?

In addition to WordPress, I’ve had the pleasure of being published for a few pieces. These pieces are on…

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Stroll

Recently overheard by a friend:

“Ladies love my stroll.  I don’t know why.”

Copyright (C) 2018 Penny Wilson

*Day 19 of my 30 day Post-a-day Challenge.  🙂

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Footprints-Something Fishy #writephoto

Looking behind her, she saw her footprints.  She cocked her head, studying them.  They looked so odd to her.  She smiled and bent over to pull her shoes off.  “At least that’s a little better!”  She thought to herself.

Continuing toward the water, she inhaled the sea air.  She felt invigorated.  She shucked off her shorts and top and jogged the last few yards to the water’s edge.  With a giggle of wild glee, she plunged into the surf.

About a quarter mile off shore, she finally surfaced.  She was looking back at the beach.  After a moment of contemplation, she thought “It was fun for a little while, but it’s good to be going home again.” and with a flip of her tail, she dove toward the depths to begin the journey home.

Copyright (C) 2018 Penny Wilson

This was in response to Sue Vincent’s #writephoto prompt.  You can find out all about the fun HERE.

Day 18 of my 30 day post-a-day challenge.  🙂

 

 

 

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