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Monthly Archives: September 2011
I. Joanne finished typing the last line of tomorrow’s post, saved it, and closed her lap top. She rose from her desk in the now empty office. So seldom was she ever there alone with only the quiet humming of … Continue reading
As the days grow shorter, I begin to feel autumn’s chill through the drafts in my house which seems to penetrate the floor and slip up my pant legs then settle down deep in my bones. While running upstairs to retrieve … Continue reading
I The biting wind struck Maeve’s frail body with force so she drew her mother’s thin red shawl around her shoulders tighter. She shivered remembering what she had done. The stunning ring had been lying on Mrs. Carver’s bedside table … Continue reading
In the 45 years since the television show Star Trek first aired, many of its gizmos and gadgets have become commonplace. Almost everyone owns a communicator we call the cell phone. The device Lt. Uhura wore over her ear to speak to … Continue reading
I Jane sliced the onions that would go into the spaghetti sauce with a sharp chef’s knife. Her eyes welled up as she diced. She never felt that comfortable in the turn of the century Victorian home and tonight wasn’t … Continue reading
Self-portrait with Mirror When my 19-year-old daughter informed me she didn’t want to take her magnifying mirror back to college with her since she would stare at almost non-existent blocked pores and proceed to unblock them, it made me think. … Continue reading
When I received the email from my new friend Clay Morgan to guest post over at his hilarious site EduClaytion, I realized this was an amazing opportunity to make some new friends. I got my first inkling that he had a … Continue reading
He looked at the angry sky and wondered if tomorrow would ever come. The tremors had been felt for days now and he had been warned. With an aching knot deep in his gut he knew the time for action … Continue reading
The clear blue skies over the grand vista beckoned to us Saturday afternoon in Breckenridge. We decided to risk it and break rule #1: Never go out hiking in the mountains past noon. Thunderstorms tend to gather and lightning is deadly. Even with intense … Continue reading