Monthly Archive: April, 2016

Taking my breadth away ( #haiku about #dogs )

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Dogs robbing my bed, spread across the length and breadth of my thankful heart.

Writers: Reasons Why You Could be Regarded as ‘Nuts’ by Non-Writers #writers #writer

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The only 2 that don’t fit mer are 13 and 14, but I did a lot of number 13 when I was in junior high. I loved a musty old used book store… Continue reading

Fractured facts

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The things one finds on Facebook and Twitter! A look at how mothers and daughters resemble each other made me laugh.  From my personal experience, that might happen 50% of the time. If you think I’m… Continue reading

It takes a special kind of sick to be a writer

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Originally posted on Two on a Rant:
Doing it thehard way. As I sit through the 3am toothache with Viszla mutt at my feet, I contemplate a couple of replies I’ve written on…

Replyers block

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I tried to find a picture of a muse.  Did you know there’s a group of musicians that hijacked the name?  I’m not amused…and yet…if they dressed like this they might be interesting: Everyone… Continue reading

National #Haiku Day. Create a story in 17 syllables.

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Smorgasbord – Variety is the Spice of Life asks: National Haiku Day 2016 – Can you create a story in 17 syllables? Here’s mine: Sense, taste, touch…listen… feeling the colors of life   dyslexia sees.

Fun with pies ( or #cooking with #humor )

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“It was the worst of pies, it was the best of pies…” by Charreled Piekins. Not really, but I couldn’t resist. I love sweet potato pie, but I haven’t found a recipe yet… Continue reading

#Caturday : A #photo taken 3 years ago.

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For perspective, that’s one big honking Styrofoam cup.   The curious cat slides his head into a cup, incensed to find tea.  

60 years in a flash of #poetry

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Time wisps away Ghosts traveling past, in search of solace. . Cold war, hippies, polyester period disco mannequin figures make way for the underwear era, until stomachs crying to be free of a… Continue reading

#WordlessWednesday (My #cats -eye view of the world without & with dark glasses)

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