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Without a Trace (Here Lies a Soldier part 12)

By Meg Sorick. Find other parts of the story and a family tree, here.

David laughed. “No family resemblance?” he repeated. “I must favor my mother’s side.” 656 more words



Many mini years ago, a co-worker maintained miniature flowering plants on her desk. When the morning sun shined through the window, it was delightful to see the mini Prickly Cactus, African Violets and air plants stretching for the sun’s rays.

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August 24, 2016

I hear the delicate chimes of my alarm. But when I open my eyes to rise and swipe Off I don’t see the bedside table I hauled here from a farmhouse in southwestern Indiana, nor the bathroom six or eight feet beyond it. 2,159 more words

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Tag Thursday - Another Writer Tag

Today’s Tag comes from Jenna Moreci’s channel, and I think she lists who originally made it! I really like doing these writer tags, because they make me look at myself, make me look at my habits… and even the things that hinder those habits. 1,455 more words

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Did my boss do something to my hot & spicy? All 4 of 'em 

This past weekend I passed my Property & Casualty state exams. As a reward my boss bought me 4 hot & spicys from McDonalds. A week prior I came back in the office during my lunch break and shared (not as in gave one. 425 more words

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I found a blog post over on Katyupperman’s blog, and I found that it was something that I really wanted to do! It’s a thing called Currently – it informs people of what you’re currently up to… and I thought that it would be a fun little update to do on Wednesdays! 866 more words

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