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“Wet paint” The hand written note announced blandly in wiggling pen strokes. “Crap” Jody thought looking down the narrow hall and then down at her black dress pants and shirt. She had a presentation upstairs in 10 minutes and she needed … Continue reading
City folk think I’m a farm girl. Farm folk think I’m a city girl. -Me
So this is a long one. A fairly long one. I don’t know if that’s good or bad. It also didn’t go or do quite what I expected. I think that’s ok though. Maybe. I could have stopped at about … Continue reading
Photo as found on pinterest I found this picture on Pinterest one day a long time ago and it sparked this little dialogue between a young woman and her father who she never knew. Why? Why did you make me … Continue reading
Rachel stood paralyzed. The void wasn’t wide but the rocks were slippery under her bare feet.
You watch the rainbow of hues slowly changing with the angle of the sun. They pass over a dew covered leaf to your left. You bask in the silence, the scent of dew, like a gentle rain after weeks of dessert heat, fills your nostrils. Continue reading
This is a post inspired by angloswiss from her post daily-prompt-envelope-pushers-and-prompt-pushers (2014.11.24) “…collect a few hundred leaves. See how many different colours you find and then, the most interesting part, name them.”