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Navigation blunders

By John Miller

Today’s navigation blunder occurred in the opening few minutes, and once rectified, the road became a dirt track which caused some more confusion as it lasted just one kilometre before turning into smooth Tarmac for 18 miles passing oil fields and lonely farms – but no traffic. 113 more words

Navigation Mystery!

I may or may not be directionally-challenged. That’s for me and my family to know. Join my guest, Deanna Klingel, as she discovers how a carefully planned (but still wrong) route lead to a pretty fun discovery. 725 more words

Storyworld

New Content

I’ve been reading a lot of blogs since I started mine in an attempt to find inspiration for content, but I’ve not had much luck so far.  132 more words

Writing

Divorce Lawyers Identify Top Divorce Blunders with Serious Outcomes


Any divorcing couple knows they are making a life-changing decision. Whether good or bad, the outcome of a divorce greatly depends on how the couple in question behaves and acts in the process. 112 more words

Blunders, no, only friendship binds us to honesty - attracting crypts of mushrooms in the wake of our snowboards. Bradley Chicho

Blunders, no, only friendship binds us to honesty – attracting crypts of mushrooms in the wake of our snowboards.

Bradley Chicho

Friendship

The Horrors ... uh ... Joys of Writers Conferences

I nearly hyperventilated in route to my first national writers conference. By Saturday evening, I was in my hotel bed, lights off, crying. For those who don’t know, a writers conference is basically like a massive casting call-job interview-intensive learning experience to the extreme. 736 more words

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