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Nineteen Mondays

Why yes, I did go to a calendar and count up how many Mondays have gone by so far this year. Hey…it’s HARD to come up with scintillating titles. Just ask any author… So, there was a weekend. We had … Continue reading

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A Monday In May

New month. New week. Same ol’ Monday. So…time to wax on about stuffs. Like…what I did this weekend, because I know y’all are bating your breaths to find out–or would that be baiting? 😉 Anyway, I have coffee in hand … Continue reading

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Monday Dance

Today is the next to the last day of April. A hectic month because…dang! April Fool’s Day was just…four weeks ago. My how time flies and all that BS. So…a quick update and then some fun facts about today. First, … Continue reading

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Good Monday

So…there was a weekend. And it was Easter. Happy Day after Easter to those of you who celebrate. And Happy Monday to thoes of you who don’t. We combined the clans at Lawyer Guy’s brother’s house–the James Gant and my … Continue reading

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Monday is Taxing

So…I pretty much took last week off from blogging. I had reasons. Health. Welfare. Stuff. Spring colds suck. Writer’s block is like being in creativity jail. Mother Nature is hormonal. I could stop here but I won’t. 😉 Okay. Weather … Continue reading

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Monday’s Fools

I don’t think I’ve actually celebrated April Fools’ Day in…like a long time, but this meme made me laugh because…truth. So, in summation…there was a week. I did stuff, listened to stuff, read stuff, watched stuff, and wrote stuff. That … Continue reading

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Thursday Thought: Universal Imaginings

I never used to have a problem with the big nasty that all writers face at some point in their career–the dreaded Writer’s Block. I always had ideas that needed words, stories that needed telling, characters to meet, plots to … Continue reading

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