Ends Well

“The web of our life is of a mingled yarn, good and ill together: our virtues would be proud, if our faults whipped them not; and our crimes would despair, if they were not cherished by our virtues.”Wm Shakespeare (All's Well that Ends Well) A story in seek of an ending must be looking for... Continue Reading →

Moving Pains

I don't even know that I can make this about writing. Last night, we loaded everything from the apartment into a 20' truck... and let me say this. Don't hire movers through uHaul, just don't. Anyway, today we find out how much stuff survived the two hour drive after that experience. There are some things... Continue Reading →

Drunk Armadillos

Bear with me for a minute. I'm going somewhere with this. However, it was a broken night's sleep and there's no coffee yet, but the post is late so I'm getting started without it. I'm currently living in an apartment in a city. I'm a country girl, and this has required a lot of adjusting.... Continue Reading →

Reprint: Happily Ever After

This post was originally published at Cedarwrites on Nov 8, 2014. Sorry about the repeat, guys, but the Daughter-thing has a physical therapy appointment at 7 am on a Saturday. And I was down with a migraine yesterday. Someday I'll have the eptitude to write the posts ahead further, but this week was not that... Continue Reading →

Happily ever after

"And they all lived happily ever after except for Freddy, who was miserable and stuck pins into the effigy of his mother-in-law. It didn't seem to help." It's a question every young (and even those of us who are quite doddery and senile, like moi) asks themselves. "Does a book need a happy ending? It's... Continue Reading →

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