In 1976 when I was 20 years old and after I had demolished my 1969 Chevy Nova in an accident coming back from a Bad Company concert in Detroit, I needed to get another car so that I could stop borrowing cars and begging for rides to take me to my job at Michigan Bell. … More My 1972 Chevelle Malibu – Vroom! Vroom!
My Spoonerisms A spoonerism occurs when you accidentally transpose words or sounds while speaking, often inadvertently for a humorous effect. I will illustrate the definition more clearly with the stories of my 2 hilarious spoonerisms. Spoonerism 1 I was driving home from work to the south end (Flint, MI) apartment I had with my husband, … More Spoonerisms
Tabby cat leaping, little tiger with her prey. She chomps doomed fly, pleased. Night skies’ diamonds play peek-a-boo with the clouds, gossamer twinkles. Whom I love, I trust. If trust has fled, is there hate? Or has love died too? Read one more, Nana. Little head nestled so close. This is happiness. Glass-packs rumble loud, … More Haiku