Category Archives: Stories

Sometimes the Night Calls

I can tell by the way the wind is blowing that something is on the way. I’m drawn to the window.  Pulling aside the curtain, the room is bathed in soft moonlight.  I open the window to the cool summer … Continue reading

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The Real Threat

Since I’ve taken my writing more seriously, I’ve started paying more attention to everything around me.  For instance, the writing on TV shows or movies has some wonderful lines, if you are looking for them.   I also pay more attention … Continue reading

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The True Spirit

Please Enjoy this amazing story from Butterfly Sand.  She shares a lovely story of giving and the True Spirit of the Season. Hello everyone. I wrote this story several years ago as a statement about the Christmas season. It was my … Continue reading

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Batteries Not Included

My best friend Rocket, pictured above, is a little bitty guy.  That’s a purse he’s sitting in in the photo.  This will give you an idea as to how tiny he really is.  I hear comments from people about about … Continue reading

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Character Development

  “Oh, Geeze!  She’s at it again!” said Tall Dark Man. “I know!  I thought the last time was the worst!  There’s no telling what she’ll come up with this time!”  cried Small, Frail, Woman.  “I found my husband’s body … Continue reading

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#writephoto – Mists

** This is in response to Sue Vincent’s Photo Prompt that you can find out about Here. The mist lay across the valley like a shroud.  Although the sun was up, there was no warmth.  Its glow was weak, like … Continue reading

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Siblings

There were four of us kids growing up.  I’m the only girl.  I love my brothers.  I really do.  I even loved them, admired and respected them when we were children.  But this (the picture above) is usually what most … Continue reading

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