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For the Week of July 5, 2015: Music: It's Good Medicine

(Portions of today’s post previously appeared on July 14, 2013)

When our semi-conductor
Raised his baton, we sat there
Gaping at Marche Militaire,
Our mouth-opening number.
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Expressive Writing

For the Week of June 28, 2015: Hair--Having It and Losing It

Preface:  Three weeks ago, my six-year-old grandson gave his sister, age 4, a haircut, “artfully” executed with his Sesame Street scissors.  My daughter was sleeping a little later than usual on a Sunday morning, and as far as she knew, her dynamic duo were playing quietly together.  1,183 more words

Expressive Writing

Expressive Writing

According to Google:

“Expressive writing is personal and emotional writing without regard to form or other writing conventions like spelling, punctuation and verb agreement.”

I guess I should explain.

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Thoughts

For the Week of June 21, 2015: Remembering Our Fathers

This morning, as my husband read the humorous Father’s Day cards I bought for him, he laughed, but joked that the sentiments of Father’s Day cards don’t seem to carry the emotional impact of those for Mother’s Day.  888 more words

Expressive Writing

The horse....

Raw power,. uncontrolled, fleet footed, muscles bunching under the skin as the horse gallops across the field enjoying the warmth of the latwe spring sun on his back. 361 more words

Flash Fiction

Week of June 14, 2015: Memories of Birthdays Past

(This week’s post drawn from material originally published September 22, 2013 and June 10, 2012)

I celebrated another year of life this past Friday, reminding me that despite my resistance, advancing age is unavoidable.  1,074 more words

Expressive Writing

Journal Day is a Thing.

I hereby declare the 12th of June World Journal Day in honour of Anne Frank’s birthday. Journal Day is officially a thing–at least in my little corner of the blogosphere, and you heard it first here at… 834 more words

Kindling Creativity