Poetry : First Inversion

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Dr. Robert Simon If you’d like to see more of his poetry, please let him know in the reply section. <_><_><_> First Inversion This morning I watched the clouds part Between squalls .… Continue reading

99 word prompt : I’d rather be writing bad poetry

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February 21, 2022, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story using the phrase, “I’d rather be…” You fill in what comes next. What would a character(s) rather be doing… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm: Taxes

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Yep.  It’s time to get my receipts together again. So far, I’m only missing 2 phone bills, 2 electric bills, and I’ve sorted them by type. That’s the first step before entering them… Continue reading

Senseless Sarcasm : Reading materials for life.

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My eyes are crossed, I’m dizzy, and I can’t stop editing! The bed awaits…but I want to do one last sentence, one last paragraph… Finally, I’ve finished another book.  Inside my brain I’m… Continue reading

Still knee deep in extreme editing.

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I’m on book #6.  I do so love extreme editing! I’ve already edited books #7, 8, 9, and 10.  My eyes are screaming, “No more, please!!! We need a vacation!” It’s so easy… Continue reading

Tax Time and Meat Loaf

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I’m sitting at my desk, eating the last of my frozen meatloaf.  I found the recipe on-line and, if you like the taste of ketchup, it’s great.  But it’s all I can afford.… Continue reading

Extreme Edit Mode.

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I’m in extreme edit mode.  It means I’m seeing every word and how it impacts a sentence, paragraph, and chapter.  Never did I know how many mistakes hid in the shadows.  How do… Continue reading

Senseless Sarcasm : Operator error…again

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I’ve been in a email desert for weeks.  Used to get notifications from WP.  Now, they want $3 a month for an inbox. For some reason, I’m relegated to the Inbox section to… Continue reading

Friday funnies — bluebird of bitterness

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Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Alive

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Woke up alive again today —  Willy Nelson. He wrote that song in 2015, after waking up one morning only to discover that he was (supposedly) dead.   I can sort-of relate.  I had… Continue reading