Hi, I'm Paula Shablo. I'm an Indie. My blog is at https://paulashablo.com. My books can be found on Amazon. I take care of Mom & stress about family.
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So Shines the Emerald
I, the May baby… I want everything blue Light blue to match the summer skies Dark blue like lakes at dusk All the ocean’s hues
Who Me? Angsty?
I officially became a teen on May 4th, 1973. I had begun my decade of angst well before that time, convinced that I was not meant to be where I was, doing what I was doing, living where I lived. The whole world was one big mousetrap, and it had me by the tail.
The First Riverview Avenue Bench
Originally posted May 8, 2020 on my blog, Penz-O-Paula I was still reeling from the big six-zero birthday on the 4th, and decided I needed a fun distraction. Here it is.
My Wild Backyard
Living in a small town near a river has what some of us feel are fringe benefits and what others feel is a pain in the butt. There are a lot of deer in town, and they are not afraid of us at all.
Mom had a hangnail once; it put her in the hospital. I know that sounds dumb, but it’s true. She kept pestering it, picking at it and chewing on it before she managed to pull it out of the skin, wounding the crease along her nail bed and cuticle. She rinsed it off and forgot about it.
If It’s Yellow
Oceans are fed by rivers. A river runs through the small town I grew up in. This river has taught me a lot down through the years.
The flash of green at sunset was a sight he had wished to view, but something told him that wasn’t just a flash on the horizon.
Our Hometown Go-To Eatery
I have lived in the small town of Green River, Wyoming off and on since 1966. The building where The Hitching Post Restaurant is now located has been there longer than that. I don't ever remember not seeing it as we drove into town from the east.