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Hello there, my writing friends. Nice to see you guys. I don’t know about you guys, but I’m glad Spring is finally here. Not to complain about seasons, but I’m glad Winter is over. It wasn’t so much about the temperature; it was more about the rain. And mix it in with the chilly wind. […]
April is Autism Awareness Month, which is a big deal to me. Most people know I have two wonderful kids. My daughter Zoe and my son Jaxon.
Today, I’m dedicating my “40 Favorites” post to my best friend. The one who has stuck with me through thick and thin. The one who has seen me at my best and my worst. My biggest supporter. My Number One.
I love movies. I don’t get to see them as much. Too expensive these days, even for just one person. Originally, I was going to create a set of articles listing my favorite movies throughout the decades,
Seven in the evening was a special time for me growing up. It was that time when I tuned into a local station and listened to love songs. I didn’t date much in school and I had one girlfriend throughout high school and
I haven’t posted a story onto this blog in a long time. Seeing how Valentine’s Day is this week, I have a couple of posts in mind, including a “40 Years of Memories” entry. Anyway, today’s story was inspired by a prompt from the Flash Fiction Hive’s Twitter page.