Barbara J Iversen, also known as Babs Iverson, lives in Texas and loves her grandkids to the moon and back. After writing one story, she found that writing has many benefits especially during a pandemic and a Texas-size Arctic Blast.
Historical acts film captured eons ago. Now, releasing facts. @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ Writer's notes: Inspiration for the time capsule haiku came from listing 60s LOOK and LIFE magazines for sale on Facebook Marketplace. Eons ago, both magazines provided their readers and subscribers with amazing photographic essays.
Leaves fall in Autumn fertilizing earth below. Spring welcomes new leaves. Writer's notes. It's a beautiful day in North Texas. The Sun is shining brightly. The air is cool and crisp. The trees are naked and beautiful. While observing the trees, was reminded of the plant cycle.
Looking at the clock, the numbers stared back at me. The digital reading was 6 A.M. Trying to go back to sleep but was wide awake. It was Monday morning the 23rd of January. There was a priority task on my to-do list. The priority was to call my medicare advantage plan and speak to their customer service representative.
ALL I WANTED
This year was exciting because the medicare advantage plan that I selected included dental and vision. At the beginning of January, called the advantage plan's customer service representative. The customer service confirmed that my dentist of four years isn't in their network. Since that was the case, requested a pdf of dental offices near me. In a matter of minutes, received the email. Quickly, reviewed the lengthy list for general dentists. Found Dr. Kristin C. that was in the network.