The tarmac glistened under the afternoon sun. She could see heat radiating from the ground, a distinct shimmer rising from the blacktop making the world seem shiny and unreal. 1,029 more words
From the moment my husband left for work abroad, I consider myself being a single parent – and raising the kids alone is included in the package. 1,244 more words
2 days, 8 hours
Taking a Deep Breath
Tagged “Y” as in yellow. My entry to Frizztext’s weekly challenge, here.
Still on the grounds of the Fabyan Villa Museum.
I love this flower especially this variety. 71 more words
3 days, 5 hours
In my world
I meant that in a sarcastic way. If you think Finns are nice, don’t be fooled. Some are not. They can be really rude. I don’t remember any specific personally. 484 more words
3 days, 15 hours
Melanie Ryding - Ryding2Health BLOG
This post instantly gives me a clear picture of what I would write about: the early days of arrival in New Zealand, not knowing anyone, and all the work colleagues in the place I was working offered to lend me an entire house full of furniture.
4 days, 21 hours
In this daily prompt/ writing challenge you can write anything you like but must repeat the opening line at least twice.
“I never expected it would turn out like this”, she thought as she took off her wedding ring. 343 more words
5 days, 2 hours
The Morning After
I tried to read your whispered scars:
Ones traveling beneath your skin.
Your gaze burned among the anxious souls,
All searching for their ways within. 52 more words
5 days, 11 hours