Monthly Archives: May 2013

Weekly Photo Challenge – The Sign Says

This week the Weekly Photo Challenge topic is The Sign Says. I have four signs I recently took pictures of that I will share with you this week. I hope you find them as interesting as I did.   One … Continue reading

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A Collaborative Fiction Story – Chapter 6

Baker’s Dozen Fiction Story – Chapter 6 by Elizabeth Lamprey Forrest rubbed his head groggily after his heavy sleep and looked around. They’d been left in the helicopter with two young soldiers, one peering out the door as though waiting for … Continue reading

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WIP It Good Blogfest – My Current Project

This is my response to DL Hammons of Cruising Altitude 2.0, who came up with a great way to allow us to gain some attention for our current Works In Progress. He suggests the topics I have in bold below … Continue reading

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Work In Progress Blog Blitz – Coming May 31st

I want to share this on my blog hoping I can entice some of my readers to take part in a special one day project from a blogger I met during the A to Z Blogging Challenge. His name is … Continue reading

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ROW80 – Midweek check in May 29th

We have 4 rounds a year, each running 80 days.   Your goal can be anything you like as long as it is measurable (e.g. number of words/pages, specified amount of time to spend on writing per day/week, number of pages edited, etc.–for more … Continue reading

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The Murder Frock – Friday Fictioneers – May 31st

Welcome to the last Friday Fictioneers of May! Rochelle Wisoff-Fields heads up our crew as we take part in a group activity where an unknown photo prompt will elicit as many as 100 different responses, usually fictitious, but always entertaining. This will … Continue reading

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Daily Prompt – Say Your Name

Daily Prompt – Say Your Name : Write about your first name: Are you named after someone or something? Are there any stories or associations attached to it? If you had the choice, would you rename yourself? My first name is Joseph. … Continue reading

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‘Sarge, Will You Tell Us About God?’ – The Story of God’s Miraculous Protection of an Entire U. S. Marine Unit

Originally posted on A Walk In The Word:
In celebration of Memorial Day, I am re-posting this story. I have several new readers and followers who were not with me when I originally posted “Sarge, Will You Tell Us About…

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Lunch With Jesus

Originally posted on athingirldotcom:
The other day I had to go see a doctor way up near Columbia University and I was not too happy. As a matter of fact you could have cut my bitterness with a butcher knife.…

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Do you have mercy? – A true story

Originally posted on The Green-Walled Tower:
This is something that happened to me a few years ago, but I was reminded of it today when I read Swarupa’s post, To help or not to help: that is the question.  …

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While a Tree Grows in Brooklyn, A Boy Graduates in Virginia

Eighteen years ago a little boy was born in Virginia. Like every child there was dreams of many great adventures and blessings to come. Yesterday one of the biggest phases of life came to fruition as my son Isaac donned the … Continue reading

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A Collaborative Fiction Story – Chapter 5

Baker’s Dozen Fiction Story – Chapter 5 by Candice Setton Ross, in his best efforts, ensures Angie and Forrest that he can lead them to safety, blindly and for the moment, they trust him as it seems they have no … Continue reading

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Clematis – Montana Reubens variety

This is the largest and most hardy Clematis I have ever grown. WHile you may be impressed by some of the pictures below the particular example I show is only about 6-7 fett tall. This variety can reach 35-40 feet … Continue reading

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OH FER 2013!

I hope you will excuse the sports metaphors, but I just do not know another way to express the disappointment. When I climbed aboard Word Press in October I was very excited to see the supportive blogging community with all … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge – In the Background

Weekly Photo Challenge – In the Background : The places that we pass through day after day, or even once in a lifetime, leave in their small way, echoes and traces of themselves upon us. But so often when taking self portraits … Continue reading

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