Daily Archives: March 4, 2018

The Last Time – Fandango #writephoto

“You never get it right, do you?” Amy scolded her husband. “This is the last time I’m going to leave planning the family vacation to you.” “It’s not that bad,” Craig said. “You’re not serious, right?” Amy said. “We’ve been … Continue reading

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Dark Hills – Joe M #writephoto

dark hills under cloud sun breaks through; gray becomes green waterthrush pipes up * Reblogged from Does Writing Excuse Watching?

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An Open Invitation from Craig Boyack …and Lisa Burton

Reblogged from Entertaining Stories: ( And don’t forget I welcome guests too!) Let’s start this post by recycling this graphic: Long time followers know what this is all about, but I’m going to write about it for the new folks … Continue reading

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The God of the Dark Hills – James #writephoto

It had taken five days for teenage Dani to guide the five children across the frozen tundra to near the base of the Dark Hills. They had all grown up in a city and were used to soft beds, a … Continue reading

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From “The Three Billy Goats Gruff” to Dr. Seuss – Jennie Fitzkee

Reblogged from A Teacher’s Reflections: This week began with National Fairy Tale Day and ended with Dr. Seuss’s birthday.  I was in my glory.  So were the children. We voted on our favorite fairy tale.  The Three Billy Goats Gruff … Continue reading

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Dark #writephoto – Jan Malique

The Sun sinks beneath the horizon, I watch its journey in silence, waiting, waiting for a signal that the One Eyed One will make an appearance. Mournful birdsong echoes across the lake and shafts of light cascade down from the … Continue reading

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Infinity and beyond…

It is snowing again as I write. Have you ever watched a snowstorm and wondered just how many snowflakes were falling? Or how many had ever fallen? A million snowflakes, apparently, will only cover a patch two feet square by … Continue reading

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Ebb #midnighthaiku

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