Confession of A Facebook “Friend”


I have a firm rule. I don’t look at anyone’s Facebook wall on my way to or from work because if I have to see pictures of birds or flowers or golden sunset I will vomit.

And why is that?

Because THIS is what my world looks like when I look outside my window:

Photographer Unknown

I see things like these people are beating the bushes along the railroad tracks with their phones because on this day they were hoping to get pictures of body parts thrown to the side of the tracks when someone was killed by a train,
Before you wonder, there was at least a dozen people that I could see- my camera only grabbed these five.

Photo A.M. Moscoso

For the most part my entire commute looks like this. Gritty, gray and gross and I can’t ‘magic think’ myself out of it. In fact, I see it when I close my eyes just before I fall asleep at night.

Photo A.M. Moscoso

The reality  is, sometimes my world is not always  full of busted up concrete, broken bodies,  piles of trash, tents or cars or RV’s that homeless people live in or pools of fetid water- sometimes –

Photo A.M. Moscoso

someone tries to brighten up the view and I give those people a big gold star for their effort.

I gave up on trying to happy snap my way on Facebook into that world- it’s not for me.

These Bones Endure

I was looking for some ‘little windows’ to post and I came across these clips by an artist name Ted Whisenhunt. They seriously tickled my fancy- I couldn’t find a lot of his work on line but he does have a Facebook page with some interesting and fun things to see HERE

I loved the bones and ghost story he was telling and I think you might to.


( Note from poster at youtube ) The title “Haunt” refers to a home or place that is frequently visited. Also, the bird is meant to be a bit of a phantom or ghost.