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Posted in Moments in time musing

He loves me, he loves me not

I woke up with my son giving me chamomile which grow outside our cabin. So I got to take a picture with it right away….

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Posted in special post Writing

Behind the Author: Interview

Hey guys! I forgot to share this when it was new but Mathew from Blog of the Wolf Boy, interviewed me exactly a year ago…

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Posted in Micro-Stories Music Inspired

Under the Mask

Anywhere he goes, people step aside. Parting like an ocean giving way to the king. Except he’s not treated with kindness. Because he’s always covered in cut and bruises.

“They should put that delinquent to jail,” said one of the women to her friend.

“Yes, he give this neighborhood a bad name.”

Yes, just like that everyone judged him, they hate how he wore those signs of beating like a badge, annoyed that he still walks with…

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Posted in Micro-Stories

99 words prompt #2

When I was a little girl, my grandfather told me, “Jen, remember there’s a spirit within everything,” he stretched his wrinkled fingers toward the mountains. “Even the grass and the trees got spirits, so be kind toward them. They will never fail you.”
Because grandpa was my favorite, I listened and treated everything with care. It was during my teens when I got lost in the forest with my sister. I heard a soft voice “this way.”

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Posted in Blogging Rants

I’m Spamming you!

Yes, according to WordPress Akismet bot, I’m a spammer. They’d they personally told me? No. How’d I know? Simple. I’ve got a minimum of 7…

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Posted in Blogging musing Pictures

Are you afraid to die?

In respond to Ashok’s post of Life, Death and Corona I thought I’ll share my opinion here in my blog too… I agree with the…

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His eyes
Posted in Few words story Pictures

12-words story #003

His eyes are like the wind, unseen,

yet feeling it caressing me.

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Posted in Micro-Stories

99 words prompt

The first time the government implemented lockdown, I thought this will be over soon. But many months later we’re still stuck at home. Worse, we receive news that Reyna, the loving mother, grandma, and mother-in-law passed away in her sleep…

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Posted in Micro-Stories Music Music Inspired

Something More

I have no idea if he ever felt the same, but at some point, I’ve grown out from being a childhood friend into wanting something…

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Posted in Blogging Just for laughs

Smile Sunday

Yesterday’s post was too heavy for the heart, so let’s get some detox with this fun poem which Ribana (whom I prefer to call Ribby)…

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Silent tears
Posted in Book review Rants

True cruelty

While searching Goodreads for a book I’ve read and wanted to read: Silent Tears I bumped into another book with a similar title, Cry Silent…

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Posted in Pictures Writing

I write like who?

Thanks to Jim Borden for introducing me to this app called “I Write Like” I don’t like comparing myself to other writers, but curiosity wins…

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