Tag: Broken Fibula

Remediation

The day has come to open wounds long healed, but still irate, The day has come to clear the deck, of hardware left in place. I thought the scars and tendon woes were hazy, distant trials And yet, the inflammation grows, I face the next… Continue Reading “Remediation”

Photo Friday: Shades of Gray

“Shades of Gray” seemed a perfect theme to capture my mixed emotions as I tentatively stooped to pick this shell from the wave-washed beach at Ponte Vedra last March. It was my first ‘walk’ in the sand after three months of recuperation from a… Continue Reading “Photo Friday: Shades of Gray”

The Joy of Fitness (Again)

In honor of my graduation from physical therapy, I submit this entry to the Trifecta Writing Challenge. After six months of repair and recuperation I am nearly back to 100%. I suspect that I will always be a little achy and vulnerable to paying… Continue Reading “The Joy of Fitness (Again)”

Sun ‘brellas

I’m drawn once more To wind blown, ebbing shores To feel the sand-grains ‘neath my soles Bear silent witness to the quest of gulls, And fill my head and heart with surf-salt breeze. I rush on past the shore-side ‘ brellas, Treading hard the… Continue Reading “Sun ‘brellas”

Arrival

Photography by Joanne Edith

Blessings

Crash and Carry: Christmas Couture

Hurry! Just one more string One more connection Almost time to power up Until… What a revoltin’ development … Reflexes revolt and betray Slick! Slip! Slam! Smack! Crack! C(r)ash and Carry…Cast and Crutches! ————————————————————– Written in response to weekend Trifextra Challenge (www.trifectawritingchallenge.com); prompt “rebellion… Continue Reading “Crash and Carry: Christmas Couture”

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