Daily Archives: July 23, 2019

What To Do ~ Jim Adams #writephoto

This is where I found myself, all alone on this deserted beach. I put in an online application to join the military, thinking this was the right move for me, getting to travel and explore the world while serving my … Continue reading

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Tranquil Cove ~ Diana Wallace Peach #writephoto

The beach parking lot was jammed with cars. Outside their blue rental, Samantha stretched her stiff limbs while Jeff rummaged in the back seat for snacks and towels. A tow truck clanked its chains and ground its gears in the … Continue reading

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Ladies Night ~ Alethea Kehas

Reblogged from Not Tomatoes:  Photo Credit: Pixabay It doesn’t happen often. Almost never, really. But, last night I had the house to myself. My husband and daughter were miles away in Maryland for a lacrosse tournament (I am forever grateful … Continue reading

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Half day, half night, half nothing ~ Steve Tanham

Along the edge of darkness lives delight A silver, shining, running stream A place of soul’s respite Continue reading at Sun in Gemini

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Sink Or Swim, The Choice Is Written In The Stars ~ Geoff Le Pard #writephoto

Claude Bobbin’s lucky break came, he realised looking back, on one gruesomely chilly June Thursday in year five. His class were on a field trip to Westwitheral and as part of the ‘fun’ the whole year group were to be … Continue reading

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Routed…

Ill-concealed hunter Predator poised for action Hiding its defeat Vanquished by the smallest bird Boldly defending her young  

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A Surprise Release #TuesdayBookBlog

Originally posted on Staci Troilo:
Ciao, amici! I have an embarrassing story to share. Why would I share something that makes me look bad? Because in hindsight, it’s kind of funny. And it also leads into my surprise. (Although, based…

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Clarity ~ Anita Dawes #writephoto

The fog has lifted My eyes are open I feel sand between my toes Clear blue sea taking my footprints A part of me washed away As if I had never stood there. Continue reading at  Anita Dawes and Jaye … Continue reading

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Preparations…

Derbyshire is beautiful as summer comes to the moors. Every road is bordered with wildflowers… swathes of lacy cow parsley and meadowsweet and drifts of yellow loosestrife make the blue of cranesbill almost luminous. Here and there, deep purple thistles … Continue reading

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Calanais: Folkal Points…

* It seems strange now to think that these sites were ever considered in isolation from their surroundings but they undoubtedly once were. * Continue reading at France and Vincent

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