Category Archive: Writing

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Spoiled

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It’s been raining ALL the D@%*#d day.  Temps are dropping.  OMG! It’s 48F out there!  Where the hell is my snowsuit!!! Found it: Well…technically, that’s my son’s snowsuit when he was 10, and… Continue reading

99 word prompt: colonnades

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January 17, 2019, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that includes colonnades. It can be natural, architectural, or a metaphor. Take a stroll and go where the prompt… Continue reading

So this is the end…or is it?

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Aaaarrrruuugggh!!!!!!! I wish they didn’t.  Really. So I’m writing more chapters at the end of a series and at 10:00pm, I… hmmm….what’s a good word to describe temporary brain death? “Stopped suddenly” doesn’t… Continue reading

Thursday photo prompt: Renewal #writephoto

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If you want to participate, here’s the link:  https://scvincent.com/2019/01/03/thursday-photo-prompt-renewal-writephoto/ <_><_> “Skies roar,”  I said as we walked the trail.  “Don’t you hear the colors?” “Helluva first date,” he grumbled.  “Shall we return to a… Continue reading

Writer repartee

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During the HalloThanksChristmaKkah season, I haven’t been blogging as much… and… Poetry escapes a mind consumed by my day job.  There are deadlines to keep, and the people I’m trying to help are too… Continue reading

99 word prompt : darkness

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November 29, 2018, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story using the phrase “into the dark.” What must a character face? Write about an encounter, journey, relationship, or quest.… Continue reading

Brain Drain

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I’m looking for my brain.  If anyone out there finds it, there’s no reward.  I think it’s lost inside the bowels of NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month).   Why would I want to pay… Continue reading

Good Grief!

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Well!  Isn’t this just the cat’s meow! How many times have we, as humans, thought we’d outsmarted “Mother Nature?” Hmmm…. DDT (Insects adapted). Splicing insecticide into plants (Insects adapted, we didn’t). Baby formula… Continue reading

Patterns

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Poetry form:  Sort of and then none POETIC EVOLUTION TREE OF LIFE I do not care about poetic forms, structuring my thoughts, molding my words inside patterns, forcing them into corsets and calling… Continue reading

Editorial Respect

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Anyone who reads my blog regularly knows two things  I’m cross-eyed and dyslexic  I’m dyslexic and cross-eyed. Take your pick. Vickie, my partner in blogging, is a far better writer than I’ll ever… Continue reading