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Monthly Archives: December 2015
I’m not really internet famous… but Grizz thinks I am. Today… this happened… I won’t lie — I knew I was close and I’ve been checking every day. I thought it would be lovely if I reached this milestone before the … Continue reading
I want to accept every award because I’m so touched that you’re reading and enjoying my blog enough to recognize me with these honors. Now, if only they all came with a giant monetary prize! That would be fabulous! Thank … Continue reading
Today’s entertainment including minor home construction. And by minor, I mean small… not insignificant. Because my kids loved this. I’m not a fan of gingerbread, but it was fun and not at all tempting for me. Because it was gingerbread … Continue reading
I didn’t have many [any] suggestions when my family asked me what I wanted for Christmas so I had no idea what to expect when I unwrapped gifts from them on Christmas morning. But I was pleasantly surprised. I got a … Continue reading
My family has traditions. Old ones, new ones… and nearly all of them attached to a special day – a holiday, a birthday, or another such special occasion that occurs once each year. And like lots of family traditions, many of … Continue reading
This week’s prompt for the Six Word Story challenge at Sometimes Stellar Storyteller is… Resolution My story is posted in the comments of the weekly Six Word Story Challenge post — if you like my story, please visit here and like it … Continue reading
fiction friday 5. ∼ Fifth installment of… [Previous: Blue 1 – Blue 2 – Blue 3 – Blue 4] Picking up where we left off… “Do you want to talk yet?” Des asked. “Talk about what?” Kate questioned him as if … Continue reading