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Monthly Archives: October 2013
For them who do not know it, November is National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). I understand it’s meant to do two things. One, it teaches you consistency, and approaching writing like a job, with daily word quotas and a deadline. … Continue reading
I don’t have the time to offer up a short story, but I do want to offer this: Bones. We purchased Bones last year at Costco, and it’s normal place is in the dining room (pictured), or in my … Continue reading
First, a few more photos of the cacti . . . I like most of the shots taken with my Samsung Note II phone, but it bears remembering it’s an inferior tool to one specifically designed for the task. The … Continue reading
Many bloggers, their uncles, and random people from the street are posting shots of this or that leaf, this or that expansive vista full of fall colors. Leaves might not feel the same way about it as we do, but … Continue reading
I occasionally invoke the name “Bob” when writing. Here are examples from a few of my posts: “Why, yes Bob; you can. But not to the degree that you can with RAW.“ “That’s a lot of writing, Bob.” “Well, Bob, … Continue reading
We like Hawaii a whole lot, and we visited the place more times than I can remember (not true; I can remember, but it sounds better saying I don’t). We usually brought back souvenirs, and by far the most favorite … Continue reading