Monthly Archives: September 2015

365 Days of Writing | #5 Life’s a Candy Store

WordPress Writing Prompt: Life’s a Candy Store You get to be a 6-year-old kid again for one day and one day only — plan your perfect 24 hours. Where do you go, what do you do, and with whom? I … Continue reading

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365 Days of Writing | #4 Soulmate

WordPress Writing Prompt: Ying to My Yang How do you define the term “soulmate,” and do you believe in the existence of such a person — for you? Sometimes a rose is not a rose … it’s an onion! I … Continue reading

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365 Days of Writing | #3 Who knew …

Sunday Stories with Shirley: Who knew what the adventure would bring us. I picked Sam up at 6:00 am wanting to beat the commuter traffic out of town. We had agreed we were leaving. Leaving for good. She had had … Continue reading

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365 Days of Writing | #2 Must Not Fail

WordPress Writing Prompt: Must Not Fail: What is the one thing at which you are the most afraid of failing? Failure is one of those words that has a negative connotation before you even get out of the gate. But … Continue reading

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365 Days of Writing | #1 Out of Reach

Write about the one X that got away — a person, an experience, a place you wanted to visit. How much would you change about your life to have it within reach again? Poem by Alfred Austin She’s spent a … Continue reading

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365 Days of Writing Challenge

One day after I finished my 156-mile backpacking trip on the Colorado Trail my son asked me, “What’s up?”–a typical way of greeting me as he came home. I said, “I’m bored” to which he replied, “What? You don’t have … Continue reading

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