Category Archive: dogs

99 word prompt : leash

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June 3, 2021, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story being leashed. Is it literal or metaphorical? Who or what is leashed. How does it set the tone? Go… Continue reading

Senseless weekend sarcasm : Flushed

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My desire to write, as of late, is in the toilet:  I’m flushed with ideas, none of them worth a…feces. Poetry: Roses are red Violets are blue All of my poems belong in… Continue reading

Senseless “I’m so bored I’m comatose” Sar-cat-some : This week

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  Another week of non-stop fun in the writer’s den. …what day is it? Ah, yes.  It’s “the cat is trying to sabotage my computer again” day. After that, it’s time to drink… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Strong

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  I’m told that strong women never complain. However, some of us are too ornery to die, so we write sarcastic posts about our ridiculous 1st world problems. Me, last week: Trying to… Continue reading

A bit of love and humor

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Over the years, I’ve taken pictures of my beloved 4-footed family.  In these turbulent political times, let’s take a few minutes to appreciate a bit of love and humor. All have been published… Continue reading

Doggedly speaking — there are some days…

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Some days, my brain is swimming in the shallow waters of the thought spectrum. Today is one of those days. If you’re a Star Trek fan, you’ll understand this one:   Life is like… Continue reading

Unnecessary sarcasm

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Not my usual sarcastic self today.  Unnecessary laundry sucks the humor right out of a person. No one to blame but myself.  I didn’t close the door to my bedroom.    That’s all… Continue reading

Soul searching

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If my sense of humor were a car, the gas tank would be empty. I’m stuck on the expressway of life with 4 flat tires, 1 spare, and 7 dogs inside who are… Continue reading

Writing helpers

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I’m looking for a new desk.    The one I have now was purchased from Staples in 1997 for $100.    It’s presently being held together by duct tape and prayer. The one… Continue reading

Yet another non-profound saying

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  Seek what you cannot perceive, strive to learn what you cannot know. For the spark of knowledge to ignite, curiosity must grow. — Joelle LeGendre