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The One That Got Away

In an earlier post “The Lonely Road” I briefly mentioned a girl that had freed me from a relationship I shouldn’t have been in. 712 more words

Born Average

Bethany Chase on Finding Her Writing Style, Her Agent, and the Authors Who Inspire Her

I had the pleasure of coming across Bethany Chase’s debut women’s fiction, The One that Got Away, a couple of months ago when I was looking for a de-stresser. 1,108 more words



I had a dream about my highschool sweetheart. It came out of the blue.

We were laughing and it was innocent. Making mac & cheese. Playing with paper planes. 77 more words

The One That Got Away

I keep replaying the days.
The days when we were one.
Though it pains me to relive them,
Memories are the only thing I have left of you. 245 more words


Your Past isn't Always Your Future

Who we are today is based on where we’ve been and the things in our past that have molded and shaped us. It’s easy to lose track of time and live in the memories of the good ol’ days, thinking that we’re still the same people we were once upon a time. 1,004 more words


"Blog Cabin"

I define a typewriter as, “a musical thing with keys”. I have a dear and long-standing friend who’s a musical thing with a keyboard: She writes and she makes music. 78 more words


A Non-Love Letter

We were both so young when you came into my life.

Actually, I would describe it as gliding or floating into my life because there was no defining moment. 761 more words