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On the Road Again - Washington, DC Style

The end of May has come around and my Dude and I celebrated our anniversary by way of another road trip.  This time we went to Washington DC so we could check out the big Air and Space Museum by Dulles Airport, the American History Museum and the Museum of Natural History.  818 more words

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The Sound Of The Wind Thru Trees

We have hit one or two little wobbles (of a sort), the last six or seven weeks now into our …em…companionship? Don’t know what to call it.  1,298 more words

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I Finished the First Draft of My Novel. Here's What I Learned Along the Way.

I’ve finished the first draft of my novel.  This point has been a looong time coming because way back when I started this project I only had a sense of what I wanted to do. 1,389 more words

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spectacular spectrum

The sky was overcast when we got off the van at Hayanggabon Port in Claver, Surigao del Norte. I nervously crossed the narrow plank leading to the boat and positioned myself at the rear end of the vessel. 247 more words

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Writing 101: Aftermath

Writing 101: Aftermath

I have not had a chance to meet you all yet and I am truly going to miss that . . . I haven’t had a chance to figure out how to find new bloggers like myself on WordPress . 470 more words

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Out And About In A Meadow

“She turned to the sunlight
And shook her yellow head,
And whispered to her neighbor:
“Winter is dead.”
― A.A. Milne, When We Were Very Young


Ek Sunday waali feeling

This past Sunday on my way to the library: an intermittent drizzle, roads bordered with flowers and leaves fluttering down from rain swept trees, the usual traffic bustle and the sudden delight of a vintage Fiat Premier Padmini gliding past you. 264 more words