A Little About Me
I am an adventure seeking ponderer of the mysteries of the universe, writer of children's books (represented by Stephen Fraser of the Jennifer DeChiara Literary Agency), and lover of anything involving armor, archery, or swashbuckling.
Share the Joy of Reading with a Child in Need
Holy Schlamoly – honored that my post “2 A.M.” was
- GETTING STONED – A Monolithic Tale
- WINDOW TO (AN)OTHER WORLD
- A ROSE PETAL, A BOY SOLDIER, and LEMON CAKE…
- JELLIES vs. WELLIES – An Elemental Conundrum
- HIGHLAND HIGH-JINX
- iConic BRIDGE – Can U Guess?
- A NOTEWORTHY DRIVE BY SHOOTING
- A TALL ORDER
- REFLECTING ON MOTHER’S DAY, 2017
- SERMERSSUAQ – An Earth Day Homage
Member Since 2007
Drop Anchor, Grab a Shovel, and Dig Through The Past
© Donna Gwinnell Lambo-Weidner 2012
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A FEW FELLOW SWASHBUCKLERS
Category Archives: AWESOME PEOPLE
A blank page waves from a single flag pole propped in the vast subcortical network of my mental workspace. When I zero in on it, a hint of color leaches through, teasing me with thoughts of surrendering to the barrage of images suddenly cascading from above. But I’m … Continue reading
When I bumped into Benjamin Franklin yesterday, he told me to have a seat and tell him what was new. Not wanting to saddle him with the troubles of our time, I showed him the best writer’s resources since Roget’s Thesaurus. Then I mentioned the … Continue reading
Seven weeks. That’s forty-nine days or one-thousand-one-hundred-seventy-six hours since my last post. When I began blogging nearly three years ago, my intention was to post once a week with an occasional lapse only due to post adventure maladies, jelly-fish stings, or extended bouts … Continue reading
Once upon a time, a hapless, yet terribly kindly and sympathetic King named Stephen, fortunately had a most unfortunate accident with his brilliantly bejeweled coach. Whilst traveling a country road on his way to visit an admittedly, beautifully buxomed princess … Continue reading