Daily Archives: July 29, 2017

#writephoto – Arrive before dark by Sandi at Flip Flops Every day

Image for #writephoto – photo: Sue Vincent “It’s very important you get there before dark, and then you’ll be all right.” These were the last words the farmer said to them after providing directions. The couple was instructed to pass … Continue reading

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Guest author: Darlene Foster – Interview with Amanda from the Amanda Travels Series

DF Hello Amanda. Thanks for agreeing to be interviewed as your readers are eager to learn more about you. AR Thank you, Mrs. Foster. It is so awesome to be interviewed. I’ve never been interviewed before. DF I used to … Continue reading

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Thursday Photo Prompt, Sails. #writephoto.

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This week’s #writephoto from Sue Vincent at?Daily Echo?is entitled Sails.? Rules and Pingback here ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?Sails And with the dawn came new light Gone the monsters of the night The…

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#writephoto The Windmills of My Mind – This, That, and The Other

I was sitting in the tall grass not far from the old windmill, watching the large, louvered sails moving in a slow circle around the windmill’s tower. It was almost mesmerizing. Then my eyes moved to the clouds overhead, traveling … Continue reading

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Concocting dreams

You have to do a lot of unusual things as a carer. Almost as many unusual things as when you are a parent. In neither role, though, do you expect to be required to supply your son with mind-altering substances, … Continue reading

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#WritePhoto Last Windmill by Pamela Morse

the last windmill The pump beneath the windmill brings water to the fields Narrow streams flow gently between the grain and weeds Sustaining this small patch of land was easier in the past Today we watch industry sprawl then collapse … Continue reading

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The Wyrm and the Wyrd – Imps and crosses

To be fair, the weekend was over…officially at least… but we had scrounged an extra day to go exploring so, for us, the current of discovery continued. The day dawned fair but overcast, with that strange quality of light that … Continue reading

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Fate of the Lir-Brood V… Stuart France

* Hard the day when first I brought Dark Eva in my house to dwell Black the woman’s heart that wrought Such a cruel and malevolent spell. * …Lir departed Lake Devra with his company and travelled to the king’s … Continue reading

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Horizon #midnighthaiku

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