Throwback Friday – The coffee is always on – Eugenia

a misplaced comma, in the scheme of things, can be self-fulfilling imperfection defines individuality. the ebbing of sufficient expression survives only in a soda pop world. best to practice a left arched eyebrow attitude and stop blaming destiny for misdeeds. the concept of our behavior is heavily influenced by our perception of the way others … Continue reading Throwback Friday – The coffee is always on – Eugenia

Throwback Friday – Longing – Eugenia

come morning mother earth awakened from slumber to a sun-kissed day the ambered warmth entice scented blossoms to softly caress the air as dew glistens where trees dare to shadow a dream-spun fairytale fashioned like a masterpiece it comes to question will penning down words capture nature’s marvel -Eugenia original published May 3, 2022 A … Continue reading Throwback Friday – Longing – Eugenia

Throwback Friday – Forlorn – Eugenia

a flickering candle seduced dancing shadows that menace the moonlight upon cracked-plaster walls, a community of spidery abodes, their silken threads glimmer as the night moves. this old house creaks, its grand days succumbed to the harshness of yesteryear. faded photos silenced bear witness to graying shades of existence. no matter the season, I reminisce … Continue reading Throwback Friday – Forlorn – Eugenia

Backspinning – Eugenia

paradigm shifts brew opportunity answers believers grateful for life’s essence in autumn moon tides intertwine nature grows carefree whilst seasons change emotions release as falling leaves one by one © Eugenia Hoffman Eugenia enjoyed a dedicated career in the insurance industry for over 20 years being rewarded both professionally and personally. Now it’s time for … Continue reading Backspinning – Eugenia

Spring’s arrival – Eugenia

spring, it’s lollygagging words unwritten thoughts aimless passions quieted. time to rise and spill caffeinated words enter the dawn, words stirred with purpose giggling flowers and laughing trees sunlit fields mingle with the breeze nature glows with spring not even a worm's yawn will hinder a masterpiece. © Eugenia Hoffman Photo by Jonathan Petersson from Pexels