Monthly Archive: January, 2020

99 word prompt : Bench

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January 23, 2019, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story about a park bench. Use this gif to choose a timeframe and write the story behind that particular scene. Use the… Continue reading

My Husband Needs A Kidney

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Originally posted on Life Lessons From Around the Dinner Table:
My husband, Neil is in need of a live kidney donor. We have been advised by his doctor that a living donor is…

Senseless Celestial Sarcasm : Rest

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Yet another unsatisfying moment with God, the universe, or whatever. Hello God, the universe, or whatever I’m talking to.  I’m back. I never left.  Show off.  There’s a cat next to me wanting… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Division

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  In case you’re wondering — I’d rather be writing. Except that I am writing — on my blog.  That, however, is not the same as writing a book.   People like to curl… Continue reading

99 word prompt : protest

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January 16, 2019, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a protest story. It can be about a protest, or you can investigate the word and expand the idea. Who is… Continue reading

January Journey so far ✨🤗

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Hi Everyone, I’ve been traveling recently and a lot of traveling since Jan 1st. Lot of traveling means lot of restless night, lot of hard work and got tanned a Little when i…

Had…To…Share!

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I couldn’t resist sharing these.  Let’s face it, sometimes we simply need a few seconds of mindless entertainment. And…. from the entertainment CATpital of the world: Hey, Buttie, Ice to see you! Some… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Social media Gem-nasties

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As one of the few people who can still count back change, here’s to all those who never learned how: For people tired of being “under the gun.”   Here is proof that a… Continue reading

Moods and messes.

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Thursday and Friday I wasn’t in the best of moods. It all started when I awoke to the “aroma” of a sewer filled with throw-up and cat cr@p. Fortunately, I didn’t touch, step… Continue reading

Editing is a humbling experience.

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I’ve heard it said that people who can, do & people who can’t, teach.  Personally, I think that’s a crock of cr@p. The best teachers are the ones who have slogged through the… Continue reading