Archive for February, 2012

Time Slips

Posted on February 29, 2012 1:13 pm under General
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Thanks to my friends, who stop by my blog so faithfully, and an apology for my delinquency in returning the visits. Time has gotten away from me lately. The days seem to drift together and I doubt that even a sack of Rolex, Timex and Bertucci watches could keep me on schedule.

When time gets short, it seems that the things I enjoy most, are the ones that get postponed. I love reading the results of a Book Blurb Friday or a Succinctly Yours photo. The creativity and variety never cease to amaze me. Nonetheless, I’m finding myself a week behind in reading them. I hope to catch up some today. Please be patient with me, I’ll be by soon.

Love Lost

Posted on February 27, 2012 10:57 am under Microfiction
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Immersed in his music career,

Waldo ignored his poor Windy dear.

Soon Winkie wooed her away.

Leaving Waldo with one song to play. (129)

Succinctly Yours offers a weekly photo and word as inspiration for your microfiction. How low can you go? Choose the 140 character or 140 word option.

This week’s word was extend. Wish I could have worked it into my microfiction.

Getting More For Less

Posted on February 26, 2012 1:38 pm under General
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When we moved two years ago, we got a great deal on our cable plan. Unfortunately, some of the discounts were time limited and the monthly bill continually increased. We took at look at our viewing habits and options. In the end, we reduced our cable to basic local channels and added services that let us watch streaming movies and television shows online. We now have far more viewing options at half the cost. Read more »

A Single Note

Posted on February 25, 2012 5:18 pm under Family
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My granddaughter began homeschooling in second grade, but this year she became a virtual public school student through the K12 program. Some of the administrative pieces have been annoying, but with one exception, the curriculum is awesome. The exception is the music curriculum, which seems determined to destroy the student’s love of music. The lessons feature incessantly repeated exercises and an instructor, whose voice makes nails on a chalkboard seem soothing. We all breathe a sigh of relief when a lesson ends. Read more »

Succinctly Yours Week 49

Posted on February 25, 2012 12:01 am under Succinctly Yours
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How low can you go?

Use the photo as inspiration for a story of 140 characters OR 140 words.Click For Details

Photo for Monday, Feb 27th


Word of the Week:extend

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