Monthly Archives: October 2022

The Micro-Season of Light Rain Showers

Responding to the Naturalist Weekly’s prompt for the micro-season of light rain showers, this pedometer geek writer wrote the following haiku: watching the dropsrun down the window–autumn afternoon ~Nancy Brady, 2022 To read more about this micro-season as well as … Continue reading

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BP: Haiku Happenings–Haiku Dialogue & Stardust Haiku

This week the weekly column of the Haiku Foundation’s Haiku Dialogue, which is now being edited by P.H. Fischer. is all about going on a pilgrimage. He is calling this series A Good Wander: The Art of Pilgrimage, and this … Continue reading

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The Collection: I See the Light in You

Last week’s prompt by Charli Mills’ Carrot Ranch was to write about the following: October 17, 2022, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story that references “I see the light in you.” You can use the … Continue reading

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Marathon in a Month

The people behind the Million Mile Month (www.healthcode.com) are holding an October event called Marathon in a Month. This pedometer geek decided to participate again and chose to go beyond the twenty-six miles, which is the traditional marathon distance. Instead, … Continue reading

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Haiku Happenings: Naturalist Weekly

This week at the Naturalist Weekly, the micro-season is The Grasshopper Sings. Mark S. has written about the micro-season, and it can be found at the following link: http://www.naturalistweekly.com Mark S. not only discusses the season, but he also shares … Continue reading

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BP: Haiku Seed

With last week’s prompt of fog at Haiku Seed Journal, this pedometer geek submitted (and had accepted) the following haiku: midnight fog…the shadowsof skeletal trees Nancy Brady, 2022 Thanks, Sankara, for selecting one of my haiku. It is truly appreciated. … Continue reading

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The Collection: For the Water

This week’s prompt at Charli Mills’ Carrot Ranch was to write in 99 words (no more, no less) about being “for the water.” Charli first wrote about the Water Walkers, and how she would be participating once again. Check out … Continue reading

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Haiku Happenings: Natural Weekly and Haiku Seed Journal

This pedometer geek writer has a few haiku posted this week. The first haiku can be seen on the Natural Weekly blog at https://naturalistweekly.com/2022/10/14/micro-season-the-chrysanthemum-flowers2022/comment-page-1/#comment-4337, but it is repeated here: memorial stone…silk chrysanthemums addedto reflect the season ~Nancy Brady, 2022 The … Continue reading

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The Collection: Tea Rituals

This week at Carrot Ranch, Charli Mills tasked the Word Wranglers to write about rituals associated with tea. The following is her prompt: October 3, 2022, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story about any ritual … Continue reading

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The Geese Arrive

Naturalist Weekly, another WordPress blog, wrote about the Micro-Season: The Geese Arrive, which is about the migration of birds and the arrival of geese. This pedometer geek lives about a block from Lake Erie where the Canada geese are gathering … Continue reading

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