Andi Winter

Writer, Reader, Tea Drinker, Chrononaut

Month: January 2018

Today’s haiku

"Rebel Mechanics" by Shanna SwendsonYoung Adult novel

“Pride and Prejudice”-inspired

predictable fun

 

-on reading “Rebel Mechanics”

Today’s haiku

shopping cartsCostco employees

raved about every item

in our check-out cart

 

-Seriously, they did.
“Ooh, I love that!” “Oh, isn’t that awesome?” “You’re gonna love that!”

Today’s haiku

wool sockshandmade woolen socks

belated Christmas present

a delighted Mom

 

-I don’t knit, but I have a good friend who does

Today’s haiku

cold remediestired eyes, warm face

he makes dinner anyway

in his pajamas

 

-on a sick husband

Holiday haiku

A bit belated, but we’re still easing into the New Year.

 

frosty day

fog fills the cold air

trees, grass, shrubs covered in frost—

the winter solstice

-December 21, 2017

 

 

T-rex with Christmas present

 

my favorite one

the ugly sweater contest:

red Nordic T-Rex

Photo source: Steve Baker

 

 

 

 

busy Christmas market

last-minute chaos

a season of peace and joy

spent rushing madly

 

 

 

 

techno dance music

steady pounding beats

techno Christmas music plays

after Bing Crosby

 

 

 

zombie garden gnome

 

“How was your Christmas?”

mini zombie garden gnomes

will rock my plantings

Photo source: Thomas

 

 

 

squirrel eating a nut in winterfirst meal of the year

squirrel nibbling a nut at sunrise

flicks his tail with joy

 

 

 

dejected woman

it’s a brand new year

a fresh start, a bright outlook . . .

back to the office

 

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