Monthly Archives: June 2018

Project 313 – Post No. 078

Another quick post with a bit of previously-published flash. This one, a writing challenge but one with a twist. The challenge/prompt was a picture of a stone archway. There was no specified theme other than having something to do with … Continue reading

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Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness 216 — Season(s)

Leanne Cole does a weekly Monochrome Madness post consisting of all monochrome (mostly B&W) photos submitted by users each week. It’s not a contest, but a place for photographers to show their B&W work; anyone can submit photos and it’s … Continue reading

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Project 313 – Post No. 077

I’m in a time crunch and so I’ll post another one of my previous flash/short stories in lieu of coming up with amazing and original prose. It’s a story that’s buried in a post about writing and so unlikely it’s … Continue reading

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Project 313 – Post No. 076

There are always good days and bad days. I seldom never speak or write about bad days.  “What?! You complain all the time!” some of you would say. Oh, I see the problem now; some of you confuse emotions with feelings.  … Continue reading

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Project 313 – Post No. 075

On the face of it, most people don’t like change. This isn’t a scientific statement; it’s just my impression. I’m sure one can find articles arguing for or against that view but my experience is that people don’t like change.  … Continue reading

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Project 313 – Post No. 074

There’s a narrative that has been irritating me more and more each passing day. It’s something I used to believe. It’s something that’s is at the cornerstone if not the entire foundation of our country’s identity.  It’s the idea that … Continue reading

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Project 313 – Post No. 073

A few posts ago, I mentioned Wabi-Sabi and how tourists value “hand-made” trinkets over mass-manufactured trinkets. But, how does one know if something is man-made by a true artisan of the culture or man-made by cheap labor in a third … Continue reading

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