A quest or request Equestrian. Today’s quest Is horsing around. For today’s Ragtag Daily Prompt of QuestRead More Questionable
My desk collects piles Stuff to be attended to Business work and play. For today’s Ragtag daily prompt of Collection. This photo is from my relatively tidy desk at my professional office. My home office desk features much more elaborate collections, ever changing.Read More Desk
Sleep was elusive Go to yoga anyway Sunrise from hot tub. For today’s Ragtag daily prompt of VitalRead More Morning
Hello again, Ragtaggers. Its Friday, and today’s prompt is LETTER. A piece of the alphabet, something written to another, a symbol. Use it any way you like and share your creation with us using a pingback. Thanks for participating!Read More RDP Friday: LETTER
I wrote a few days back about BA’s adventure with vestibular neuritis. The good news is that she’s continuing to improve, and while not back to “normal” she’s much better, walking on her own, doing stuff around the house and feeling stronger every day. She’s not driving yet, but thinking about it. Clearly, we’re in […]Read More Alert
Surprising to feel Cheerful and energetic A breezy spring day. for today’s Ragtag Daily Prompt of EbullientRead More Hope in January
I. Rice Krispies or joints Limbering up for breakfast Sounds of a new day. II. Crepitus the sound Of swollen tissues pop the Body’s bubble wrap. For today’s Ragtag Daily Prompt of Crepitus. A great word, I agree!Read More Crepitus
The holidays are fading into memory as “normal” life resumes for many. Around our house, they were even quieter than usual as my partner BA developed a nasty cold around Christmas. She wasn’t terribly ill, just tired and not feeling well. By New Year’s Day she was feeling better and thinking that the next day […]Read More Hospitals and Hospitality
Friday greetings to you all. Today’s Ragtag Daily Prompt is Hospitality. Use it any way you like and share your creation with us via Pingback. Happy creating!Read More RDP Friday: HOSPITALITY
Good morning. Its Christmas Eve, and today there will be a lot of celebrations and a great many Christmas Eve services, focusing on the nativity story. There are carols, pageants with children and live animals, all manner of events. Some are attended by those in resplendent finery, others come in casual wear, with their kids […]Read More Wake Up, Mary!
Hello, today is Friday, December 21, and it’s the December Solstice, so I’m choosing SOLSTICE as today’s Ragtag Daily Prompt. Take your inspiration from solstice and share your creation with us via pingback or link in the comments below. Tag your post with RDP, Ragtag Daily prompt, and Solstice to make it easier to find.…Read More RDP Friday: SOLSTICE
You may or may not have noticed that I haven’t been writing much these past few months. There are a number of reasons behind that, all part of life. A major contributor is my purchase of a van last August. A van? Well yes, a van. Specifically, a 2016 Ram Promaster 2500, 159 wheelbase hightop. […]Read More Building More Than Blogging
Greetings, Ragtaggers. Its Friday again, and here’s your prompt for today: BUILD. Build what you will with it and share your results with us via pingback, or post a link in the comments. If you tag your creation with Ragtag Daily Prompt, RDP, and Build, it will be easy for another non-follower to discover your…Read More RDP Friday: BUILD
Peeee-uuu what a stench Ashes to ashes dust to . . . . Rotten smells enroute The photo (from Pixabay, thank you) is of corpse flower, Amorphophallus titanium, so named because of its putrescent (like rotting flesh) scent. Talk about a terrible beauty. For today’s Ragtag Daily Prompt of Putrescent. Good one, […]Read More Big Stink
I. Shop until you drop Merchants know it’s good for them Not so much for me. II. A place to make things Tools supplies creative site This is good for me. For today’s Ragtag Daily Prompt of ShopRead More Shop
A beautiful sunrise today. Its relatively mild and is predicted to be sunny and pleasant. What I’ve heard called the “warm before the storm”. Tomorrow is supposed to be cold and snowy. so I’ll take advantage of the nice weather and ride my bike to yogalates and work this morning. I’ve been busy recently, developing […]Read More Good Morning
Frozen fog morning Snow possible perhaps sun Petrichor absent. Petrichor, the smell created by rain occurring on parched land. The word comes from petros, the greek word for stone, and ichor, the fluid that flows in the veins of the gods in greek mythology. As someone who has lived most of my life in […]Read More Perhaps Another Day
Hello Ragtaggers. Once again, its Friday, and that’s today’s prompt, FRIDAY. Use it any way you like and share your creation with us via pingback. Follow the comments and see what others have come up with. Enjoy!Read More RDP Friday: FRIDAY
As previously mentioned, BA and I are in Madison Wisconsin for a few days. Today, walking from our lodgings to breakfast, we discovered what the sounds we had been hearing were about. A large old tree is being taken down a few houses down the street. Its quite the production to remove a tree. And […]Read More Timberrrrrr!
BA and I are in Madison, WI for a few days, visiting some of her family and going to see a cousin’s photography on display at the Chazen museum. We’re staying at an airbnb. Its a small one bedroom apartment in the walkout lower level of a home. Quiet and just fine for our needs. […]Read More Friend
Once again, its Friday. Today’s Ragtag Daily Prompt is SLIDE. One of those words that’s both a noun and a verb. Use it any way you like and share your results with us using a pingback. (directions on the about page if needed) Thanks for being a Ragtagger!Read More RDP Friday: SLIDE
Enticing luster Pristine ice cold smooth as glass Calling me to skate. For today’s Ragtag Daily Prompt of Lustre.Read More Ice Siren
I am sad that this song from the musical Hair, fifty years old, feels more pertinent today than ever. I object to current use of violence, lies, disrespect and manipulation in the service of greed and power. Open your hearts to the people, planet, the universe. Release the fear, remember the beauty. From the same musical, […]Read More Let the Sun Shine
Floating in the sky Fantasies imagined Back to earth is next. For today’s Ragtag Daily Prompt of Fabulist. These balloons were among a number I saw on my way to the office this morning.Read More Hot Air
Hello Ragtaggers, its Friday and the end of another work week. Today’s Ragtag Daily Prompt is WEEK. Use it as your inspiration for writing, a poem, a photo or other art. Share your creation with us using a pingback (directions here if you need them). Have fun!Read More RDP Friday: WEEK
When I chose Week as today’s Ragtag Daily Prompt, it was because of my surprise that it was Thursday again (that’s usually when I set up the prompt for Friday). Hadn’t I just done that? A week goes by so quickly. As I was pondering the concept of a week, seven days, I was imagining […]Read More What’s a Week?
Snowstorm then hard freeze A leaf blizzard to follow Crunchy drifts abound. For today’s Ragtag Daily Prompt of Blizzard After last weekend’s snowstorm, it has once again warmed up. I scuffed through a lot of fallen leaves on my run this morning, and was greeted by these views at the lake just after sunrise.Read More Autumn Blizzard
Things fall into place Opportunity knocks more When attention paid. For today’s Ragtag Daily Prompt of SerendipityRead More Be Prepared
Arctic cold blast brings Record low temperatures The leaves freeze then fall. For today’s Ragtag Daily Prompt of Blast. Snow this time of year is not unusual, but the very low temperatures are. Its a chilly 14F (-10C) this morning. The bright sunshine is welcome, as is the predicted thaw. I’m always surprised at […]Read More Cold!
Cycles, rings, spirals. All patterns of movement, recurring events or themes. Yesterday was the end of the growing season here. It was a beautiful autumn day, with a clear blue sky, and a high temp of around 70F (21C). The weather was predicted to change overnight, with several inches of snow, and today the high […]Read More What a Difference a Day Makes