Monthly Archives: May 2015

A new What-the-tuck trend?

Originally posted on nbsmithblog…random digressions and musings:
This pedometer geek has begun to notice what may be a new What-the-tuck (WTT) trend. I haven’t quite decided if it is coincidence or not, but the single tear down the cheek…

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Enchanted…More or Less: Bandelier National Monument (Part One)

Originally posted on Writer's Cramp:
Ever since I was eleven years old I’ve wanted to visit Bandelier National Monument. A kid in the neighborhood went and came back with interesting pictures. My imagination ran wild. I was a junior…

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Excercise

Originally posted on In Transition:
I was going to walk this afternoon, but it was too hot. I was going to walk later, but I was hungry. I was going to walk this evening, but thunder began to rumble. I…

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Books On My Table

Originally posted on chocofigbee:
I’m a lover of books and my choices are eclectic, depending upon my mood. I like a well-written story with action and thrills as well as those lighter stories with laughter and food–yes, even chocolate. Every…

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Couture

Originally posted on From the Laundry Room:
There was a little girl at Starbucks this morning. ¬†School uniform, braided hair, she was sitting in one of the chairs by the shelf of coffee and designer cups. ¬†She must have been…

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Six Word Saturday

Originally posted on Scrambled, Not Fried:
Eurydice Has Finally Found Her Home Finally, after years of rejection & revision & more rejection, my poem Eurydice will find a home in an upcoming issue of Deep Water Literary Journal, available online…

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