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Once again the daytime slipped away from me and I’m not ready for what I planned to post. Here is an unfinished piece I wrote earlier this year. It’s about a little girl and her father going stargazing on top … Continue reading
All you could see of Julia was the pile of blankets shuddering like jello. She was afraid. Continue reading
“Mondays Finish the Story. This is a flash fiction challenge where we provide you with a new photo each week, and the first sentence of a story. Your challenge is to finish the story using 100-150 words, not including the … Continue reading
She held her hand delicately. She was surprised at how it felt – softer than her fuzziest blanket and as warm as a cuddly pile of blankets and friends on a cool night. She savored the feeling. Continue reading
The little girl wiggled a little impatiently. Her favorite part of the service was coming up. She had been waiting through the singing (she liked the singing), the readings (a little dry to her point of view), the sermon (though … Continue reading
By Hand When I saw this prompt, at first I was like “hmmm, what have I gotten and cherished?” And then I was like “ooh, ooh ooh!” (Welcome Back Kotter clip)
Finite Creatures: At what age did you realize you were not immortal? How did you react to that discovery? Hello little one. Welcome to this strange and wonderful place! How do I know? Because I have been here a long time.