Daily Archives: January 30, 2019

Fitting In ~ Michele Jones #writephoto

Terri looked outside the window and groaned. Snow. “Seriously? Are you freaking kidding me?” Her life sucked. No way would her mother let her take the car, and she planned to go to Brandon’s party. He was the most popular … Continue reading

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Ginny Combs ~ Violet Lentz #writephoto

He swung a right, at what was left of an old barn foundation and slowed, winding down the faded ribbon of  Ol’ Ginny Combs Road, as it laced its way to the house where he and his would live out … Continue reading

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Guest author: Roberta Eaton ~ Beliefs and myths of southern Africa V: The Venda

Roberta Eaton, aka Robbie Cheadle, shares the third of her posts on the beliefs and myths of her home. Other posts in the series can be found by cicking here: Part One, Part Two, Part Three, Part Four… Beliefs and myths … Continue reading

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Diana’s January Story: Dead Planet

Originally posted on Myths of the Mirror:
via Pixabay by Stefan Keller Dead Planet Our planet died, for no living thing can thrive forever beneath the grinding thumb of neglect. But the blue squalls and wind-carved rime weren’t the first…

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Snowfall ~ Sisyphus #writephoto

“Don’t get too close!” “What do you mean? Do you think I could wake him up? It’s a rock, just a big ‘un! Relax!” The snow continues falling, nothing moves, bar the flakes in the light wind. I know it’s … Continue reading

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There isn’t much snowfall ~ Marilyn Armstrong #writephoto

It had been warm for most of December and the bulk of January. Warm enough to find myself picking ticks off my dogs. In January when I normally don’t have to worry about ticks and fleas and other noxious bugs … Continue reading

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A visit to Tissington

The day was bitterly cold. Icy winds and heavy skies meant that it was definitely not the weather for tramping the moors on search of ancient stones. Instead, we had a run out to Tissington, knowing that one of the … Continue reading

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Barbarous Code III… Stuart France

* “What are the fruits of silence?” “They are self control, true courage, patience, dignity and reverence.” “Silence is the corner stone of character.” – Ohiyesa * Reblogged from Stuart France

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Colour #midnighthaiku

Pale simplicity Golden glory reflected Colour frozen days

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