Monthly Archives: March 2014

Aces and Eights

Sam was a sucker for a damsel in distress.  He couldn’t help himself.  There was something about a woman in trouble that made him throw all caution to the wind in order to save her.  It started early when he … Continue reading

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A Pause For The Cause

It seems as if my muse has already headed out for spring break.  I’m doing an awful lot of mouse clicking, but not much key tapping.  So I think I’m going to take the hint and unplug myself from this … Continue reading

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Twenty-One Things I Irrationally Hate

The incredible, talented, inspirational Ericka Clay at tipsylit.com posted her 21 Things I Irrationally Hate,  which inspired me to steal her idea and write a list of my own.  Go check out her blog. Twenty-One Things I Irrationally Hate 1.  … Continue reading

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Morning Has Broken

The first traces of dawn began to emerge in the east.  Velvety black was replaced by navy blue, then royal purple.  The full moon, a mere couple hours past its prime, was sinking into the west. Charles and Marisa sat … Continue reading

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Offerings

It had been a very long time since anyone had been up to the old oak tree.  The fields were in full bloom.  Even the center of the road had been retaken by the rich color of the golden winter … Continue reading

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Oh, I Suppose

Alexis looked from the ring to Tyler’s expectant gaze.  It was clear, dazzling with fire and perfect.  She nodded her head in acceptance, but she had hoped to worm out a bigger carat. –   –   –   –   –   – This … Continue reading

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Sunday Afternoon

Okay, I’ll admit it.  I am a big, fat, wuss when it comes to freezing rain.  I don’t like it.  Not one bit.  I am in awe of every single person who struggles through heroically in the Midwest and Northeast.  … Continue reading

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