Monthly Archives: July 2017

It’s My 3rd Blogiversary!

I began this adventure three years ago not knowing what to expect. Duh. Does anyone ever know what to expect? The All-Wise Blog Sages recommended a tight focus: The Pet Lover’s Gazette > The Dog Lover’s Gazette > The Chihuahua Lover’s … Continue reading

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The Unknown

“There is nothing we fear and desire in such equal measure as the unknown. So choose the right travelling Companion, hike up your courage and get on with it!” ~The Wishing Map “Do not fear, for I am with you. … Continue reading

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Wonder

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My Scar Stories

I Was Attacked by a Beautiful Psycho Killer and Lived! It was a Saturday morning in late July. My buddy Ray showed up, tragically bored. Before long we were hopped up on caffeine and had decided to drive to Oregon. … Continue reading

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My Mash-Up Award

I’ve received three award nominations: the One Lovely Blog Award, the Sunshine Blogger Award, and the Versatile Blogger Award!  How to handle all this love? Answer: Gratefully accept all three at once! So, thank you, world, for my One Lovely, … Continue reading

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The Wishing Map 75

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Note: To read The Wishing Map from the beginning, click here. The Wishing Map Chapter Seventeen: Naimian (Continued) Previously: After being kidnapped, Zack woke up in a wagon full of naims (gnomes). Where were they…

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Another Thief on the Cross

I’d just finished a month-long gig, teaching acting in London and Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare’s birthplace, and had said goodbye to the last of my students. It had been a heady time, suffused with history. I had tickets for The Merchant of … Continue reading

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