What can YOU say in six sentences?
The radio phone dings every time the lightening gets close to the receiver, but I no longer jump up to see who's calling.
The cats have given up playing with the hole in the screen and are napping on the ledge, safe from any stray raindrops the dark cloud lets fall.
A red pen rests on a printed version of a new piece beside Annie Dillard's book, "The Writing Life."
There is a purple fan and iced tea with lemon and bare feet and a quote by Toni Morrison and silence except for the keys.
Last night I watched "Avatar" for the first time and cried, cried for the symbolism, for the blue skin and big feet and yellow eyes and the seed pods that floated like jellyfish... and injustice.
Kris Kristofferson tickets are pinned to the bulletin board, like a hook from Jan 2013, pulling me through the final months of the year.