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My views are borne out of my experiences on this world.
My experiences are slowly adding to the short story that is my life.
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The Alphabet Challenge “N” Stories are active and the stories have yet to drawn first, second, and third blood (as I write this). You can be the first to vote! Of course, you have no obligation to do anything . … Continue reading
The Alphabet Challenge M-Stories is active and stories have drawn first, second, and third blood. You have no obligation to do anything . . . but it sure would be swell — if you’ve not already done so — if … Continue reading
Honest, given all that’s happening, it feels weird asking people to read and vote for one of the “Alphabet Challenge I-Stories” HERE. That post has links to the individual stories and the poll where readers can click a box to … Continue reading
About week left to indulge in reading the “I” Stories submissions. After, if receptive to the idea, the writers hope you’ll make the effort and vote for your favorite of the “Alphabet Challenge I-Stories” HERE. That post has links to … Continue reading
If you’re not anxious to exercise your right to go out in public, I have a suggestion: read the “I” Stories submissions. After, if receptive to the idea, the writers hope you’ll make the effort and vote for your favorite … Continue reading
I realize everyone is rushing out and hugging each other and coughing in each other’s faces, but when you come back in to your shelter, here’s something you could do: read the “I” Stories submissions. After, if receptive to the … Continue reading
Let’s get this out of the way . . . It’s been four days since the “H” stories went up and me being too busy to plug them resulted in a low vote count. Therefore, ergo, thus, here’s a quick … Continue reading
The previous bird post covered the American robin. Today, I have a few more birds . . . but first a quick update on one of the robins. Remember I mentioned dI thought one of them was building a nest … Continue reading
We have a lot of birds flying in and around our yard. I’m partially deaf and I hear a fair number of birdcalls, but Melisa has excellent hearing and she says it’s a euphonic symphony and I’m only hearing a … Continue reading
. . . and the opportunity for readers of the “D” short stories offerings to vote for their favorite of the ”D” stories (HERE) will end. Not as many votes for the “D” stories, but I imagine everyone is concerned … Continue reading
On May 1st the shrubs and a couple of trees got a much-needed trimming. This Magnolia tree — planted too close to the house — got a pretty good trim . . . I noticed something after the landscapers left … Continue reading
So, I was off-grid for the month of April but even before that, I did very little writing and very little photography, and most of what I done did wuz with the phone thingamajiggy. . . . but not exclusively … Continue reading
Last we visited Disperser’s back yard, the swallows were more interested in the bluebird box than the tank-like Disperser-constructed tree swallows nest box. By the way, if one is interested in building their own nest boxes, this site not only … Continue reading
Birds . . . it’s almost as if I had forgotten about them. Not so, dear readers, not so. Herein is the proof. Once again, I warn new readers . . . this be a long post. If you’re not … Continue reading