Daily Archives: May 6, 2019

Family Legacy ~ Jo Hawk #writephoto

“You sure you want to do this?” Teddy asked. “Teddy, we’re here. We signed the papers. It’s ours.” Shelly ruffled his hair before giving his cheek a quick peck. “They gave us these,” she said in a sing-song voice as … Continue reading

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The house of despair ~ Sadje #writephoto

It looked bleak and desolate, so old that the beams holding up the structure were bent under its weight. But more than it’s looks, the aura it gave was of despair. The onlooker could not put their finger at the … Continue reading

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Four Crows on a Wall ~ Geoffrey David West #shortstory

Reblogged from Geoffrey David West: “There! Four crows on the wall. I told you!” “How on earth do you do it?” As we were driving along the country road we passed the four cawing crows on top of the red-brick … Continue reading

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I Begin my Adventures Practicing Yoga with Kids… #KidsYoga

Originally posted on Not Tomatoes:
Photo Credit: Pixabay I thought I would be writing another post about my recent travels to Italy, but instead my mind is filled with yoga. In particular, yoga with kids. Two Februarys ago, I felt…

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Lord of the Deep and a glass of wine ~ Willow Willers

Reblogged from Willow Willers, who continues the tale of her experiences with the Lord of the Deep weekend: As the first Ritual Drama came to an end and the Temple Guardian unsealed the Temple. I find I am leading the … Continue reading

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Rebuilding ~ Adele #writephoto

It stood there, a monochrome structure, unusual in appearance as tourists and curiosity seekers descended upon its immaculate grounds like a swarm of locusts. They came every year to see if it would cave in. The owners of the property … Continue reading

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Carrot and Coals: Calling…

* …I have to wonder about Wen. Even before the ‘Wen’ thing she was a little too eager to run off to all the farthest flung reaches of the known universe at the drop of a hat. The ‘hat’ in … Continue reading

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Epilogue ~ Jane Dougherty #writephoto

This is for Sue Vincent’s #writephoto prompt. Another part of the story, a sort of epilogue. I really must get on with writing it and stop paddling around the edges! The house is a fine one, fitting for the rich … Continue reading

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Lord of the Deep: Brothers in arms…

In order to indicate the passage of time and distance in our story, we tend to walk the circular form of the temple. The third ritual drama began with Shamhat giving Enkidu one of her own scarlet robes and leading … Continue reading

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Carrot and Coals: Telling Stone…

* …I wait until I see Wen’s shoulders shaking with grief then go and collect her. As I said earlier, I do not really know why she has to keep punishing herself in this way. Foolishly, we walk back along … Continue reading

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