Monthly Archives: January 2013

Just a Pretty Face

Once upon a time there was a fair maiden. She lived happily in her own little world in her own little corner of a garret. Her friends were odd little creatures:  the birds and the mice. But she was happy. … Continue reading

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The Twin Trees

There once was a time, oh so long ago, when the tree could talk. Yes, and if you were especially quiet walking through the wood, you might even hear it sing. But the tree loved to talk and could tell … Continue reading

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Outlet for the Writer’s Soul

Journaling is the soul’s outlet. One has so much freedom in writing, transferring their thoughts and emotions onto paper. It could be a sentence, a phrase, even a word, but it is the product of one’s innermost thoughts and a … Continue reading

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Protected: Musical Autobiography

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ThE WEdding Without an “E”

Here’s a hard one! Pick a letter, any letter, and write a description about something without using that letter. In this description of a wedding I did not use the letter “e”.  Now that’s a hard letter to take out. … Continue reading

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Cinderella’s Dream Come True

Through all the joy and delight of anticipation and planning, the day finally arrived. Sunshine spread its warmth, rather, its heat on the humid ground below. But a breeze, gentle enough to catch the bride’s veil, blew away the oppressiveness … Continue reading

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