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That's Just Mean

Daphne had been laying awake at break of dawn because Mr. Robin Redbreast had started his infernal tweeting even earlier.  She remembered listening to the rattling of the garbage trucks in New York City as they made their way down Columbus Avenue early in the morning when she had lived there many years ago.  667 more words

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On retreat.....to write

I have been called home, to the Montana mountains and a small family cabin there. I left Portland hours after the movers backed up my furniture and boxes to haul to a storage unit in Livingston. 347 more words

...where no one notices the contrast in white on white...

In 1994 the Counting Crows released their version of the song Round Here from their August and Everything After album. I liked it instantly, but the line that really stuck out for me was “…into the fog where no one notices the contrast in white on white.” Twenty years have past and I still think about that line sometimes. 191 more words

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It’s a foggy night, you’ve been traveling and maybe your eyes are heavy. You pull off the freeway in the hope of finding a cup of coffee. 477 more words

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Chasing someone else's vision

I have a friend. A great friend. A very particular friend. One might even say a persnickety friend.

This friend loves my photography. Sweet, right? 405 more words

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Montana 's Inquisition

(This was originally published in 2010 and I think it’s time for re publishing it.  With all the hubbub and disagreement surrounding the film “American Sniper”, we should try not to fling around the word “treason” for people who disagree with you.  1,227 more words

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