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Tolstoy
Published on Sunday, September 22, 2013 by September 23 brings yet another subject for the MikeZivaBob photo challenge.  The easiest by far!  Unless you don’t have a Troll.  Fortunately, I have one!  And so I give you… Troll’s Toy.   Troll’s Toy.  That WAS the subject, wasn’t it?...
It Could Have Been Worse
Published on Saturday, June 30, 2012 by This is it folks.  WE DID IT!  We made it to the last day of the 30-day writing challenge.  The final subject?  "It Could Have Been Worse."  Honestly, I am the type of person to always look at the bright side.  When bad things happen, I really do tend to think, "It could have been worse." Monday I was hit by a car.  My life has changed dramatically from...
Breaking the Rules
Published on Friday, June 29, 2012 by Normally I am not a rule breaker.  But when it comes to stupid rules, it is just so TEMPTING, don’t you think? Or those “don’t go in there rules.”  I see those and think, “Oh really?  And why not?!”  Of course, that is usually what people say just before their heads are chopped off in horror movies, right? This past fall we broke a few rules while ...
The Turning Point
Published on Thursday, June 28, 2012 by Are we on day 28 of the blog writing challenge already?  Have we reached a turning point?  Because that is what today's subject is. ...
Side of the Road
Published on Wednesday, June 27, 2012 by Day 27 of the ALMOST DONE BLOG WRITING CHALLENGE, created by the sick mind of Nicky with her blogging partner Mike encouraging her.  Mike, we gotta talk.  And what could be a more timely subject than, “Side of the Road.” Monday morning found me with the doctor for my blood test results.  Guess whose cholesterol went from 260 to 198 without meds?  Yup!  So I ...
An Intervention
Published on Tuesday, June 26, 2012 by Monday morning I had an early morning routine doctor’s appointment.  Immediately following the appointment, I headed off to work. Just under ten minutes away from my destination, I was hit very hard from behind on the interstate.  You know the poor crash test dummies whose heads fly back and practically touch their backs?  Today, that dummy was me. I’m OK I...
Worst Christmas Ever
Published on Monday, June 25, 2012 by Day 25 of the 30-blog writing challenge from the fabulous blog We Work for Cheese.  Today we are supposed to write about The Worst Christmas Ever.  Nicky, you wanted to hear my voice.  NOW you will be sorry. P.S. I got home late from Corolla and can't stay up to read the roasts.  I can't wait to do that tomorrow.  Sorry I missed you today! Many people have he...
Meleah, You’ve Been Roasted!
Published on Sunday, June 24, 2012 by Blog Writing Challenge, Day 24.  Roast or Toast another blogger.  I would say... job complete! Meleah, hope you aren't allergic!  XXXOOO! ...
Stiletto Heels
Published on Saturday, June 23, 2012 by Today’s 30-Day blog challenge title is “Stiletto Heels.”  Are we done yet? Did you ever wonder where I got the graphic for my blog’s logo?  Let’s just say from experience. This is the closest I have gotten to stiletto heels. Payless.  I walked about three steps in them, took them off and put them back on the shelf.  Yes, I once owned a pair of bla...
Like There’s No Tomorrow
Published on Friday, June 22, 2012 by Blog Writing Challenge Day 22.  Woot!  The subject?  "Like There's No Tomorrow." Things you should do like there’s no tomorrow.  Or at least try.  Just once. Tell your children or family members that you love them. Let yourself cry over a video, movie or song. Go on adventures.  Lots and lots of adventures. Enjoy a gooey, sweet and delectable desser...
Favors I’d Ask of Satan
Published on Thursday, June 21, 2012 by Day 21 of the 30-day blog writing challenge brings the subject, “Favors I’d ask of Satan.”  Short and sweet, this one is. I would not ask a single favor of Satan.  EVER!...
It Was The Best Practical Joke EVER
Published on Wednesday, June 20, 2012 by As told by my high school band director, Jeff Bianchi.  Mr. Bianchi, if you are reading this, know that you are still thought of fondly by yours truly. During my high school years, the school district would hold solo competitions.  You selected a piece of music and practiced until you were blue in the face.  Then came the fateful day when you went to a local schoo...
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