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So much has happened, yet nothing has happened at all: A Mini Screenplay

Setting

An abandoned schoolhouse in the country at twilight in the autumn, filled with old furniture and dirty books, broken glass and a fine layer of dust settled on everything. 498 more words

Identity

A Boy Named Rabbit Is Out On Kindle!


Now Available on Kindle

Wooohoooo! Finally, in spite of all kinds of obstacles in my way, I was able to upload A Boy Named Rabbit… 345 more words

Marcia Meara

Yellow Houses

Today I drove by a big yellow house.

It made me miss my mother.

My life continues on. Seriously. I get up out of bed. I breathe in and out. 274 more words

Change

A Memory, Nostaglia, & Foolish Games

https://notanotherteenmommy.files.wordpress.com/2015/01/foolish-games.mp3

The day I truly took interest in him, the quad was blanketed with leaves, leftover remnants of the previous night’s wind storm. I was caught up in a momentary fit of nostalgia (autumn evenings do that to me), and was walking briskly across the campus over the red and yellow pathway. 1,289 more words

Life In General

my taste buds changed (and yours probably did too)

Christmas may be over, but that doesn’t necessarily mean all the delicious holiday food is gone. Growing up, I’ve never been a fan of cheesecake, regardless of the flavor. 407 more words

Thoughts

Forbidden Fruit is Sweetest: Costa Rica age 16

I am floating in a pool of perfect, blue water on the side of a mountain in Escazu, Costa Rica. My face towards the night sky of one million stars that wink at me like all knowing, celestial bodies of light. 1,413 more words

Identity

Coming of Age - delightful reflections

All of us at Salt River Publishing are pleased to announce:

This book is delightful – as you can guess from the cover. Rosemary Rawson captures the challenges of getting older, but with a lively sense of humor and quiet wisdom. 45 more words

Salt River Meanderings