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(Re) Enter The Nightshade: Why The Flash Should Reintroduce this Character from the '90s

With over 4.5 million viewers, The Flash has been one of this season’s most definitive breakout hits. Last night, the freshman series delivered a finale that had audiences wanting season two like yesterday. 552 more words


What do you do?

Yesterday I went to lunch with some co-workers. Since I can no longer have nightshades or gluten, eating out has been interesting. I must be very proactive. 238 more words

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Humble one

Growing up in my family meant you ‘did’ vegetables.  We rarely had fewer than five types of veggies on our plate.  A childhood friend, used to a frozen 3-vegie-mix of peas, corn and carrot, found the dinner experience at our place a little bewildering. 502 more words


Paul and Ginesbury: A Countersink Scene

Paul often fell into these moods: half regret, half vengeance, where he would rave about the ultra-heroes who had betrayed him. Listening to Paul, you would think that he had been the only one targeted or hurt by the Hero Wars. 969 more words


A Promise to Live

Have your character’s ever tried to kill themselves? No, not to escape your writing, have they ever tried to end their lives on the page? 331 more words


Mustard Maze

Some followers have asked me about my mustard recipe. I never realized I did not post it (I know, bad me! LOL). For those of use with nightshade sensitivities, commercial made mustard is off limits. 393 more words

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Deadly Nightshade

Choking headstones quaint.
Suffocating memories
In its purple wake.

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