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Monthly Archives: December 2016
This hellish year that is 2016 will come to an end tonight. Oh, the date doesn’t matter. When the clock abandons 11:59… a huge change… a wave of relief… will not come. But still. The simple fact that my brain … Continue reading
I have gotten so good at imagining your mouth on my body that when I close my eyes I can feel you. ©2016 what sandra thinks
‘Wait for the sunshine Light will show you the way Don’t drown yourself in darkness Buried under grey’ ‘If you live with hope Beautiful things will be yours Don’t live life in fear and dread Hidden behind closed doors’ Your … Continue reading
lost in imagination inside worlds of my own creation I never wanted to leave the romance of the stories I weave but my mind has locked the door cannot break through that wall anymore outside in the cold and grey … Continue reading
This man brought much joy to my (much) younger years. When I saw him live, I managed to get myself (through proper means, of course) backstage. I shook the man’s hand and he kissed my cheek. He was so nice. I … Continue reading
Before the fiction… a special message. From me. (Who the hell else would it be from?) Number 50… On 27 November 2015, I posted fiction friday number 1. It’s been 56 weeks… today is the 57th Friday but the 50th post. … Continue reading
Although it is, in fact, 2016, I still mail holiday cards every year. I design them, I print them, I send them to people I haven’t seen or spoken to in years. And I send them to family (some of … Continue reading
tell me I’m beautiful make me believe it’s true show me what you see inside me the sweetness and the good I want to hear whispers to me from you ©2016 what sandra thinks