Monthly Archives: January 2012

Can You See Blue Sky?

The clouds were so thick today that all I could see outside my window was a blanket of bleak, grey.  The day has rolled on, as they always do, and now the clouds are just starting to reveal patches of blue sky that have always been hiding behind. … Continue reading

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Chase Your Dreams

This blog is all about living life now, about taking action to make life into what you want it to be.  If you are stuck in a rut, changing the way you think or doing something differently can be tremendously difficult.  Perhaps you know that you … Continue reading

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Inspiration Monday – Come with us if you want to live

I like days like today when you sit down to write and immediately know what you are going to say.  I hope it worked the way I wanted it to.  I guess I will find out when you lovely people post your … Continue reading

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Painful partings (A Friday Fictioneers post)

Flash Fiction based on a photograph prompt?  A truly excellent idea.  Here is my attempt for this week based on the photo below. Painful Partings The boy threw another stone.  “It’s not fair, Dad.” “Well, you’d better get used to … Continue reading

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“Joseph” – A Feasting Story

Week 4 of rehearsals.  The passage of time is frightening, isn’t it?  I wonder if that’s how Joseph felt as the weeks, months and years rolled by while he wasted away in prison?  Unlike Joseph we’ve all chosen to be … Continue reading

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Time to Choose

I am sure I am not alone in saying that last week was busy.  Busy is one of those lovely words we seem to enjoy throwing into conversation because it makes us sound like we’ve got it sorted.  The busy people … Continue reading

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Stop & Go (Six Word Friday)

A very speedy contribution for Six Word Friday this week so I can run to rehearsals! Stop & Go A last breath.  A first cry. Six Word Friday prompts from: http://melissacamarawilkins.com/blog/

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Past Present (A Friday Fictioneers post)

Alice looked nervously at her watch.  Was he coming?  He was already 15 minutes late.  Maybe he’d changed his mind.  Not that she would have blamed him.  In his shoes she probably wouldn’t have come either.  But then she would … Continue reading

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The Benefits of a Prawn Sandwich

I’ve never understood my delight in eating the little hook-shaped seafood known as a prawn.  In particular my focus is on the North Atlantic variety not their more superior tiger prawn friends.  They are not at all attractive to look at … Continue reading

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Standing Still: The Journey Home

This morning was one of those miserable affairs when I was already running late for work (thank you rain and, therefore, wet dog walk).  Of course, having made it into my car and onto the main road, I got stuck in ridiculously long … Continue reading

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