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Prompt # 24

Here we go, the first of the Notes from the Canadian honey jar!

June 9, 2017

If the pair are in the story, then it means he decided to stay and settle in North America after all?

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Immigrant Life

Sea Dance

She was a stranger in a very strange land and yet everything felt so familiar, like it can in the most impossible of dreams. She wasn’t dreaming, but it felt like she was, as she moved among the different sculptures in the new art exhibit. 703 more words

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Freelance explosion

I’ve been writing a lot this week, just…not here.

Following a month in which the freelance work seemed to have dried up completely (and there wasn’t exactly masses of it to begin with), I’d begun looking for ordinary full-time paid in-the-office writing work again. 300 more words


Finding Your Fire: How One Little Thing Can Change Everything

Tonight I lit my first fire in my second rental house since my divorce four years ago (looks good, yes?). Not a big thing on the surface. 1,213 more words

Healing & Recovery


With her faded dress and worn shoes, she knew she couldn’t go to her normal haunts, like her favorite bookstore or the tea shop where they served her favorite scones. 581 more words


Lucinda and the Barn

They say everyone who looks into their family history will find a secret sooner or later. My sister sat down with my grandfather shortly before he died and asked him about his life and relatives and anything he might be able to share about our family history. 650 more words

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Soot on the Fireplace

 Soot covered the walls around the perimeter of the fireplace tiles, like a small child fighting to color within the lines. There was a light spot in the soot like someone had scribbled with a finger. 523 more words

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