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We left the wiggly, ragged rows

In the throes of disarray although

I stood for a moment and viewed

In my mind

My friend… 34 more words


I'm just getting comfortable...

I learned of this website by reading a blog posted by a professional contact, Tahnee Fritz. Fritz is a self-published author of many respected titles, and I hope to one day reach her level of experience and success. 176 more words

Armando Almase

Wishlisted: Hunger Makes Me A Modern Girl by Carrie Brownstein

If you don’t know who Carrie Brownstein is, then I feel sorry for you. But I’m gonna help you out. She’s a member of Sleater-Kinney, one of the most badass feminist girl bands ever, and she is also a part of a comedy duo with Fred Armisen in the show… 144 more words


In Memory

Written in memory of my cousin, Roger.  He died Monday at age 42.  Although we did not know each other as adults, he made my childhood worth remembering.  314 more words

From The Heart

At home.

I’m typing this out sitting on my bed next to a window that looks out over a small view of Sydney Olympic Park. If I wear my glasses I can see tiny cars like the matchstick ones from toy isle driving past. 89 more words


Traveling Abroad Part 49

January 12, 1966:  By Wednesday the library was still closed due to Shastri’s death.  That morning I read downstairs by myself to escape the silly noisy gossip upstairs which was beginning to grate most awfully on my nerves.  582 more words


Anger, Hurt and Rage

I am so angry and there is nothing I can do to get justice for the wrongs committed against me by corrupt judges, a rogue lawyer and my husband. 199 more words