Welcome to my side of the rainbow. Wade in my imagination and share my view and my love of our human family


I stepped on the scale this a.m. and it said please continue to practice social distancing.  Only one person at a time


When this quarantine is over, let's  not tell some  people.


Twinkle, Twister and Starlight Save Christmas - soon to be a MAJOR holiday MOVIE - I HOPE.

Pickle the Sourpuss Reindeer - the progeny of  Comet and Blitzen raises hell at the North Pole when she refuses to learn to fly. 


GERALDO - an evening walk, in a small Guatemalan village, on Christmas Eve restores one families belief in miracles. 

[Have Kleenex on hand]


For my ukulele students and fellow strummers I've added a packet of Creedence Clearwater and Holiday Songs to our Song Book Collection enjoy. 





Twinkle, Twister and Starlight Save Christmas

When Santa disappears the day before Christmas Eve, who would drive his sleigh?  Who would deliver toys to world‘s boys and girls? Could Twinkle, Twister and Starlight, three irascible elves who do not believe in girls and boys, possibly save Christmas?


New - Story Song (Song to the screen play)

One-Minute Mysteries

Pick a mystery and solve it before the sand in the imaginary one-minute timer runs out.

A Work of Art

Peter Tulley, an avid golfer, a man who wouldn't tell a white lie if his life depended on it, literally stumbles upon a stolen work of art. The sculpture seems to be cursed; when Peter tries to return it, all hell breaks loose.

Murder at the Hotel Paradise

Detective Pauline Clucas and Lieutenant Linda Albion ducked under the crime scene tape blocking access to room 410 at the Hotel Paradise.  The women circled the body on the bed. Detective Clucas took series of pictures on her cell and began typing on her cell phone.... Can you solve this on your own?

Ukulele Tips

Aloha, Welcome to the Wonderful World of the Ukulele! Click here for some of my ukulele tips.

Here's a song I wrote! Describing my musical journey and my passion for the ukulele!

What You Can Learn from a Snake and a Worm

The book will capture a child's imagination, challenge a young person's vocabulary and introduce the child to basic geometric shapes. The use of bold primary colors and illustrations brings the story to life!

The Shape of Things through Butterfly Wings

An illustrated, rhyming children's book that challenges a young person's vocabulary and introduces the child to basic geometric shapes.

What's New at Tuck's Place?

  • Persons of the Month

    There are so many of you who are doing so much for so many of us. We thank you! Stay safe.  Proud to be an American.

    Can't change this.  Mahalo, Merci, García's to all. 

  • Horses Ass Award

    The scum who are using this pandemic for personal gain. I vote we reinstitute the public pillory.  What do you think?


    The people at ISSUE who attached advertising to my children stories.  Boo and Hiss.  Write your own stories.  You've also stolen the  incredible art work of Donna Yan and Stacy Gee.

  • Puzzle Lovers Only

    QUARINTINE!  I'm not bored but I wonder why there were 7337 kernels of rice in one bag and only 7328 in the other.

    Now for the right, quick mind might find out what is so  unusual about the following paragraph.

    It looks so ordinary that many think nothing is wrong at  all. In fact, nothing is wrong with it at all. It is unusual. But why? Study it if you will.  Think about it. You may find a solution. I cannot assist in any way. No coaching. Work on it. If you do, a solution may dawn on you. Who knows?

    I know you can do it.

    And when you do please email me.

  • My Inconclusive Travel Plans for 2020

    I have been in many places, but I've never been in Cahoots. Apparently, you can't go alone. You have to be in Cahoots with someone.

    I've also never been in Cognito. I hear no one recognizes you there.

    I have, however, been in Sane. They don't have an airport; you have to be driven there. I have made several trips there, thanks to my friends, family and work. I would like to go to Conclusions, but you have to jump, and I'm not too much on physical activity anymore.

    I have also been in Doubt. That is a sad place to go, and I try not to visit there too often.

    I've been in Flexible, but only when it was very important to stand firm.

    Sometimes I'm in Capable, and I go there more often as I'm getting older.

    One of my favorite places to be is in Suspense! It really gets the adrenaline flowing and pumps up the old heart! At my age I need all the stimuli I can get!

    I may have been in Continent, but I don't remember what country I was in. It's an age thing. They tell me it is very wet and damp there.

    sent by a friend -- to good not to pass along.

  • Say What???

    Bored? Want to have  fun with a friend or your children?  Try this during the next lull in the conversation.  

    Have everyone pick a number.  You don't care what  number.  Though so many people can no longer add or subtract without calculator you may suggest any number from one to twenty.   -- You may need to supply pencil and paper to the college graduates.

    1. Pick a number from 1 to  10.

    2. Double  it

    3. Add 10

    4. Divide by two. (watch your friends dissolve during this step)

    5. Subtract the number you started with.

    6. Now make  a big TA DA.

    7. And everyone's answer will be 5 -- isn't  that crazy!  

    Email me for more on this.

  • One Minute Mysteries

    o date no one has solved the "YOU HAVE TO BE KIDDING ME MURDER" -   so again the 1960 Morgan Roadster goes unclaimed.

    If  you enjoy a scary story now and then 'A Nightmare in Paradise.' Might be the maelstrom of your dreams.

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