Tag Archive: marriage

Stuck between a budding migraine and jet lag

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I’m home again. Walked through the door and into the stench of the century. That’s what happens when you live with a man who thinks that cleaning once a year is sufficient. Spent… Continue reading

99 word prompt : Splash

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June 3, 2019, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that makes a big splash. It can be fluid, or you can play with the idiom (to make a… Continue reading

Advice…um…

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I would SO love to give good advice.  …but when I do, no one listens. My advice about anxiety is this:  Never say the “A” word in front of someone in a medical… Continue reading

Sorta Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Context

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There was a time I’d roll into a tiny ball of uncertainty and scamper away to the next room, the next city, or (preferably) the next state when someone told me, “You’re not… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Until death do you fart

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  If you’ve read my blog for the past 4 years, you already know this: I’ve been married 5 times. No, I’m not competing with Liz Taylor for the “number of marriages” awards… Continue reading

More Senseless Sunday Sarcasm: Unwanted advice from the unloved

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  Too much love? loved too much? If it’s too much, it’s not love. ©Joelle LeGendre   No matter what I do, it’s irritating you. Love can never work when living with a jerk.… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : picking on marriage

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I often tell people, in front of the other half, that the reason we’ve stayed together so long is because no one else can stand to live with us. A bit of senseless… Continue reading

RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #138 Secret&Burn

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Secret and burn Silence, secrets, lies. Why, burning inside your smile, another man hides?  

#SOCS #Prompt “Why don’t you cut that mop?”

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It’s time to participate in Linda Hill’s prompt.  For 2/4/2017, it’s HAIR. NOTE:  Although my husband only asked me that question once, years ago,  it makes a good flash fiction prompt. <+><+><+><+> “Why don’t… Continue reading

Streams of thought

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Have you ever dreamed a poem before?  I wouldn’t recommend it. The short-lived Hippie in me from the ’60’s has only one word for this: Bummer! I knoweth not the shadows of my… Continue reading