Monthly Archives: August 2015

Dear Sixteen

How are you doing? Have you accomplished the things you set out to do? You were so innocent and naïve. Have you learned to identify the difference between your dreams and the reality in the world you were unfamiliar with. … Continue reading

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The Last Hurrah

Forlorn Amber Fielddale stood beside Mrs. Hobbs in the family pew. She watched as family and neighbors came down the aisle. Amber’s legs suddenly felt like jelly and she sat down with a thud. A shudder went through her, as her attention went from … Continue reading

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Writing Progress

The writing seed was planted when I first read LM Montgomery’s Anne books. LM Montgomery has always been a big inspiration. There were many attempts at writing during school assignments but nothing significant. In high school, during an English exam, … Continue reading

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Change, change, change

What is your favorite season? There is something I like about each season. I have always looked forward to spring.  This year I started from scratch because there wasn’t a garden plot or any flowers in the yard. I got a little … Continue reading

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