Faulty System

Pardon my feelings  They often cloud my judgment.  I have a weakness  For doing and saying what I feel, Instead of what I know is right.  It's a faulty system that works within me.  Written by Evelyn Creon 

Is This Our Ideal Life?

Everywhere we look We see people wearing masks.  Walking down the street  We try avoiding everyone's path.  We can't look anyone in the eye  And act like everything's alright.  We all live in fear,  Like we're about to die.  We're all freaking out  About everything we hear.  Shouting our doubts  In everyone's ears.  Trying to scare people  Into fearing what we fear. Is this sad sight  how we should live our lives?  Hiding in the shadows  Afraid to be happy or to thrive.  Is it good for our health  when we are drowning in fear: Stuck in depression, Sadness, and despair?  We can't even smile  to the people we pass.  They won't see it  through our stifling mask.  Is this our ideal life, and if it's not then what is?  Written by Evelyn Creon       What is your ideal life? I ask this question in today's poem, because the life that I am living right now is not my ideal life by any means. My ideal life is walking down the street and being able to smile

Question Time #7

Summer is almost over, shocking right? This year has brought many challenges with every new month, but that's okay, because sometimes we need to spice up our boring lives. SO let's go into the month of August looking on the bright side of life, and learn from the challenges that it will throw at us.  With that being said, I asked my Instagram followers to send me questions to answer for today, so let us get into those questions.  Have you ever been afraid of death?  From a young age my parents taught me not to be afraid of death.  What is one of your favorite sayings?  Failure is not failure unless you give up.  What was your favorite book series as a kid?  I have four favorites: Boxcar Children, Little House books, Moody series, and Viking Quest series.  What was the last book you read?  Green Glass Sea  You all should look into it, I loved the story.  What would you like to improve or change about yourself?  I wouldn't change anything, but I would improve my temper and my

Kekionga Pathway Adventure

I've been visiting family in Decatur Indiana for the past week. This morning I enjoyed a peaceful walk by the river. I thought I'd share some of the photos. 

The Sledding Hill

The hill was steep, The snow was light, Mud and sticks, Oh, what a sight.  "Let's try to sled!" We all said.  The first to try  The deathly ramp  Was our cousin Matt, Who lived with us.  He flew down the hill  With nothing to lose. So, we soon followed  In pursuit.  At top speed  We sped, oh, the thrill Of racing hearts, And winter's chill. Over and over again  We flew down that  Deadly track.  Then it happened,  Our cousin went sailing  Off his sled into the air.  We screamed in pain, "Are you okay?"  As we watched him land  On a pile of logs. He rolled off the pile Into a ball.  Down we ran As fast as we could.  "I'll be fine!"  He managed to grunt.  Mom was told the story, And banded the hill for life.  Written by Evelyn Creon 

Question Time #6

It's the last tuesday of the month and you all know what that means. Today we are going for some fun and silly questions.  Is a hot dog a sandwich?  To be honest I have never really thought about it. My on the spot answer is NO, it's in a category all by itself.  What is something everybody looks stupid doing?  Zerburts, your face gets all weird looking when you do one, and the babys love them.  What are the unwritten rules where you work?  Yell corner before going around the blind corner  Stupidest wifi password you've heard or seen? 765432112345677654321 Best type of cheese?  Gouda   Best nicknames you have for fellow employees or customers?  Eleven, serwina, boss captain Thomas,  If animals could talk which one would be the rudest?  Wolverine 

Who are You?

Who are you? I do not know.  YOU are a stranger tall and old. I've met you once or twice before, Maybe even thrice.  YOU seem so sweet and so nice, But  people aren't always what they seem, And that's why I question now.  Should I let my guard down  And let you see me for me?  Written by Evelyn Creon