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WAYWARD DAUGHTER- An Alice Story

Beatrice hear, writing again. It began on a Tuesday, I love to awake slowly on Tuesday, my tenants, Adelaide and Benny, when not off roving tended the morning farm chores- fair arrangement for the elderly couples board, and the times I have collected them from the town cells, pinching things, cheeking the cops, yellow houses..and on my bedside table a gift they had brought home.. 1,068 more words

Yurt in Talkeetna, Alaska (July, 2015)

While You Are There: Try not to get eaten by a bear while you are taking care of business in the doorless outhouse. I mean, isn’t that the dream, to be able to watch the birds flying around and the rain splashing on the ground while you are getting rid of the non-nutritious parts of last night’s dinner? 119 more words

Blogging A To Z

Reader’s Digest Research behind Times

First, a clarifier. RD is always behind the times because that’s the magazine’s goal—to collect information about things that have happened. So I’m not whining about Brandon Specktor waiting for research before publishing “50 Everyday Mistakes and How to Fix Them.” No, this is about exploring tasks that didn’t need research. 343 more words

Violet Carr Moore

What can I say?

Yes, it’s an outhouse!

When we were coming back from Payson a couple weeks ago, we stopped at the town of Strawberry to view the oldest standing schoolhouse in Arizona- the Strawberry Schoolhouse. 33 more words

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IDGTF 2017: Bleach - Outhouse 1-6 May

Bleach is a brand new one man show, written and performed by gay actor Dan Ireland-Reeves.

When Tyler Everett’s job at an all-you-can-eat Chinese restaurant falls through, and the love of his life walks out on him, he does whatever he can to make ends meet. 188 more words

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Nuclear Flushin'

On a long-ago Saturday morning, musing over a cup of tea, I came to a mind-altering realization.  My entire family, except for me, was in the bathroom. 822 more words

Funny, Eh?

Fun and Foibles at the Camp 🎣 (18)

The summer I was 19 was the first summer that my eldest sister Eva owned the camp. I had just graduated from high school and would be attending University in the fall.   1,675 more words

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