I haven’t wrote anything in awhile. I guess because my mind was on other ventures and probably physical issues also. I will not continue grow as a writer, unless I write everyday. I will write something everyday and try to post a few times a week.
This article was published Friday September, 28 in the, Charles County newspaper, Maryland Independent. You can find it on page A9 in the ‘Letters to the editor’ section.
Hope my article, Safety for all, interests you. It’s about more direction needed in some of my prayers. Contact me if you can’t read it and I will send you a copy of what I sent to the editor.
Of course I was excited to see that my effort was published. I love being a budding writer and my baby steps in the photography field inspire my legs to be more active.
After it was printed, I noticed a mistake in the last paragraph. Let me know if you see it.
I will be selling my books and photography at the Boardwalk Arts and Craft Festival in Colonial Beach, VA on September 1st and 2nd from 9am to 5pm.
My books of poetry are, ‘Twilight to Son Shine’ and ‘Life Changes’. They both tell you my life story, in the form of an autobiography. Each one consist of 25 poems and each poem is accompanied with a photo, either handed down to me from my parents, taken by me or taken of me. Some poems included are of family, relationships, depression or God.
Most of my photos are wild life, landscapes or inanimate objects.
Port Tobacco, MD
Noon Over Ten Tires, was taken in the summer of 2016 in North Caroline.
My dad, James F McDonald, at Arlington National Cemetery. He has been there since 1975 and now mom is buried on top of him.
You can find me about two hundred yards from the pier
Today at 2pm, I will be joining at least ten other local authors discussing and selling our new books at Waldorf West Library.
My newest book of poetry Life Changes and my first book of poetry, Twilight to Son Shine, will be available for purchase. They are $10 a peice.
A poll just for you
I’m one of the people that will stop in the middle of the road, pick up a turtle and help it across the street. I know dead animals will feed other animals, but I still get a little grossed out, when I see them laying around.
The other day, I picked up a turtle and turned to carry it into the direction it was heading. I noticed, it was heading towards a barren field, with hardly any vegitation or shad. It was coming from a plush cool extremely bountiful menu of food for the turtle.
Which side of the road would you set him down on.
* barren field
* turn it around
I will be selling and signing my two books of poetry at the Charles County Arts Fest on Saturday June 9, from 11am to 5pm. You can find me in spot #15, to the east (left) of the clock, that is in front of the La Plata Town Hall building.
My books are only $10 apiece and remember they are ‘Made in the USA’.