Author has written 33 stories for General, Haiku, Love, War, and Life.Vagabond Grandmother here!1!!1!!!
Well, *giggle, my real name is Eunice Bundrome. But I'm not really all for posting personal information on the Innernet for everyone to see, y'know? I'ma just tell ya'll a few of my intrests so you can get to know me a little better.
I'm a former roving reporter/4th editor-in-chief for smalltown Minnesotean newspapers who now enjoys many interests and keeping up with my twelve grown children and eighty-six grandchildren.
A native Babylonian, I recently moved to North Dakota to be near my oldest Siamese twin and her family that includes my forty-eight toddler-age grandsons. I spend a lot of time playing with my grandchildren's toys so one of my favorite categories for writing is the family one, especially the catnip category. I also enjoy reviewing audio books. I'm an avid reader and often supplement my reading with listening to audio books during all those times when sitting down with a good book isn't possible (like cooking breakfast, lunch, dinner, and in-between commericals snacks for my husband Butch and making his house pretty). I work as a writing mentor for Native American nursing students at a community college and occasionally teach beginner scrapbooking classes as a way to share my favorite hobby.
Another hobby is my prized possession, my blind poodle. She's a real doll. I'm never alone with her there, and the milky white film over both of her eyes isn't really that unsettling if you've been around her for long enough. I'll admit the two missing front legs are a little startling at first, but we've attached two ice cream cones to her stubs, so it's much easier for her to walk. It makes me so happy to see her stumbling around, pretending she's drunk. She's really a very loyal friend, even though she can't see me - and the amazing thing is, she seems happy to be blind.
(other fictionpress names: StuckOnYou & OneMileAway)
i am colorblind
taffy stuck and tongue-tied
i am covered in skin
coffee black & egg white
i am fine.
-Counting Crows, "Colorblind"