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Friendship Is Magic

So, I was poke-hunting today, with one of my oldest friends and her daughter. FYI, I am a horrible person to have around your kid. Even if I try my very best, I will keep using phrases like “I’m so … Continue reading

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Empathy

The neighbor of my pasture shot his cows today. I won’t say slaughtered, because that implies somehow that it is acceptable. That they are just meat. Truth is, no one is just meat. And every piece of meat is someone, … Continue reading

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Kill Your Darlings – Movie

Okay, those of you who know me by now, knows that this is a movie I had to watch. Two reasons. Allen Ginsberg is a name I have come across a lot in the music part of my life. And … Continue reading

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Spider

There is a spider in my bathroom. There have been for about a month by now. I am kind of starting to wonder two things. One, what does it eat and two, where does she go when I can’t find … Continue reading

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Hillflower- Part Thirteen- Final Episode

Nathan looked between them. Then slowly, he handed over the knife. Jamie drew a deep breath of relief, once she held the weapon in her hand, but it was short lived.  Charlie flew past her and swung at Nathan, in … Continue reading

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Hillflower- Part Twelve

Jamie stared at the knife in Nathan’s hand for a second only. She moved without thinking, jumping up between the two men before any of them could make any advances on the other. “Jamie, get out of the way,” Charlie … Continue reading

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Hillflower- Part Nine

Jamie walked towards the Hillflower mansion that evening, lost in thought when her phone rang. She stopped at the road side and picked it up. She did not know the number. “Yes?” She asked, not mentioning her name, wondering who … Continue reading

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