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The Wishing Map 81

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Note: To read The Wishing Map from the beginning, click here. The Wishing Map Chapter Eighteen: Spiffwits and Storysmiths (Continued) Previously: Upon learning that her brother had been kidnapped, Gina set off, with the help…

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My Scar Stories

Fun House of Pain My fingers have every reason to think I hate them. I cut more chunks out of them than I did any actual wood when I whittled as a kid. (“Note: Carve away from us, not towards … Continue reading

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My Scar Stories

The Mother of All Calamities When I hit 13, I was old enough to go on a YMCA Caravan. Caravans were cross-country trips in which two leaders and a dozen barely-teen boys would pile into a van and head for … Continue reading

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My Scar Stories

Let the Scarring Begin! I have an impressive collection of scars, despite the fact that I’ve never played hockey or rugby. Yes, I’m clumsy. I’m not proud of that fact, simply resigned to it. It’s been there from the start. … Continue reading

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Fool’s Odyssey 12

To read Fool’s Odyssey from the beginning, click here. Chapter Three: My Life of Decadent Sensualism in Paris (Continued) Previously: After fantasizing about a beautiful stranger, the Fool arrived in Paris–alone. ↔ The train was all done. It was like a … Continue reading

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One Heckuva Lovely Blog

I’ve been honored by my friend Roo at What’s Next with a One Lovely Blog Award! Roo rocks, so check out her lovely blog site today! Here’s what I have to do… To accept: 1. Thank the person who nominated me … Continue reading

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I Can Hardly Wait…

I can hardly wait  until this mediocre moment becomes a treasured memory “One of the keys to happiness is a bad memory.”   ~Rita Mae Brown

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