Monthly Archives: November 2015

People Are Like Elk

I’m sure you’re well familiar with the current news headlines and world events: refugees, war, hatred, taxation, bombings, pollution, Donald Trump’s ridiculous hair…. The list goes on and on. But what you might not be too familiar with are the … Continue reading

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The Truth Behind Black Friday…

The Writers’ Circle on Facebook gave us the following writing prompt a couple of days ago: You are the only person that knows the truth about Black Friday and you know it must be stopped this year. You have 24 … Continue reading

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Snowflakes

I love looking out over a snowy wilderness bathed in the pink light of winter. The diamond dust sparkling on the ground. So it’s no wonder that I incorporate snowflakes into some of my fair isle knitting patterns. When you … Continue reading

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The Rebel With Blue Hair

“It’s about something that’s bigger than me, or any single act of legislation. This is about a matter that should be of the highest importance to every American: my hair.” ~Elle Woods, Legally Blonde II While that bold statement certainly … Continue reading

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30 Day Writing Challenge — Day 30: Something You’re Looking Forward To

What a coincidence. It’s funny that today is the last day of this challenge for me and the topic is making me look into the future. So Jen, what happened today? I was given a tentative job offer. I want … Continue reading

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30 Day Writing Challenge — Day 29: The Night of Your 21st Birthday

With apologies to Clement Clarke Moore… ‘Twas the night before Finals, when all through the house Not a creature was partying, not even a mouse; The study guides were place on the table with care, In hopes that Jen would … Continue reading

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30 Days Writing Challenge — Day 28: The Word/Phrase You Use Constantly

When in doubt of what to say, use a code word. A good code word not only carries multiple meanings but is ordinary enough so as not to arouse attention. It rolls easily off the tongue and is not interesting … Continue reading

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