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Welcome to week 55 of Haiku Circus, where the prompt is “smell“. Feel free to respond with any haiku based on either the prompt or responses to the prompt. 20 more words


"I can smell it. We must be close."

So I was excited and stressed.

I desperately wanted to see a tannery in Fez, Morocco but I did not want the sales pitch that is attached. 422 more words


Writing Tip: "Sense" Your Scenes

I try to read a book a week; it’s usually on a Saturday, when I have time to sit down and read a good chunk at a time.   391 more words


melanievlogan reblogged this on Musings by Melanie V. Logan and commented:

I have to agree with this post in so many ways.  Just because colorful words are used, they may not be structured or written in a way that helps the reader get a good feel for the scene or even the character.  This can leave an otherwise great story, limp and lifeless - like Ben Stein's character from Ferris Bueller's Day Off. What I appreciate from this post are the questions and insight provided to help writers create more sensory scenes - the type that engage reader's 5 senses and can provoke thoughts.  I've always loved books and movies that could do this. Image: Five Senses - Tomesia Ingram

Suave Professionals Dry Shampoo Spray

Hello ShopaHAULics, Tiffany here and I don’t know what it is about this dry shampoo but it just doesn’t do anything for my hair.

Packaging:  225 more words


Why I love the smell of Dettol™

Do you remember the smell of freshly cut grass? If you can, what does it make you feel? I bet you have some association with the smell. 487 more words

Oh That Smell

You know that commercial where the mom and daughter pull the fridge out from the wall and have that look of disgust waffe over them, when they see the rotten banana that the younger kid threw behind it? 128 more words

If Dogs Rolled Their Eyes . . .

Surely I would have seen eyes roll this morning. Rhys and I were out for a walk not too long after sunrise.  In the Pacific Northwest we’ve experienced several cloudless, warm days which lead to cold nights.   167 more words