Monthly Archives: November 2012

Alphabet Thursday: B is for Blank

Alphabet Thursday: Join in Jenny Matlock’s B hop! She wanted to draw a blank. A total blank. To pull down a blank white shade on her thoughts, those annoying ruminative cuticle-biting ones. Actually, she longed for a blank white refrigerator … Continue reading

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Tale Tues: I Quit

“I quit.” It came as a text. In one of those fun-looking little speech iPhone bubbles. This wasn’t a fun bubble. It was an explosive one. Annihilating my favorite time of day,  that second cup of coffee on my lounge … Continue reading

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Trifecta Word Challenge: Hollow

Trifecta’s word this week is hollow with the definition: : lacking in real value, sincerity, or substance : false,meaningless <hollow promises> <a victory over a weakling is hollow and without triumph — Ernest Beaglehole> These are so fun, gotta go to the site and link up! He knew her threats … Continue reading

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This is part of Alphabet Thursday Letter A Link up: She was a chronic worrier, an angster. If she were a ganster, maybe she’d be less angsty. Gansters maybe have more to worry about therefore actually worry less, so it’s … Continue reading

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Tale Tues: The Remark

“Do you still have kids at home?” What? At 49, do I really not look young enough to still have young children under my roof? Even with my own unnaturally natural-looking blond hair? She was on line in front of me … Continue reading

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