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Carrot Ranch: Ninety-nine Word Flash Fiction

Dayton Peace Accord: World Affair Participants began to line up for the parade. For some nations, there were only one or two participants; other contingents had larger groups, but all were dressed in their various ethnic costumes. Voices grew louder … Continue reading

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BP: A Sense of Place: The Mountains

The Haiku Foundation continues their weekly column, A Sense of Place, with the setting changing to the mountains. K.J. Munro still selects haiku based on the particular sense she is highlighting. For this series, she went with sight, hearing, taste, … Continue reading

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The Best Laid Plans of Mice and Men…

…gang aft agley. Borrowing the line from Robert Burns’ poem ‘To a Mouse’ just about sums up this pedometer geek’s goal to complete the thousand miles by the end of August. On August 22nd, plans were derailed when this pedometer … Continue reading

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Carrot Ranch: a 99-word Flash Fiction

Elgin: A Cross-county Rival In the early sixties, it became common for smaller schools to consolidate into larger schools. My county was no different with several schools opting to consolidate. Not my school, however; our district chose otherwise! Elgin became … Continue reading

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The Journey of a Thousand Miles (July)

…begins with a single step. In July, this pedometer geek logged 328,088 steps on the Fitbit. This may be the highest single month total since I first began keeping track on spreadsheets (although I will admit that I didn’t check). … Continue reading

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Carrot Ranch: Flash Fiction 8/11/2018

Lone Ranger Going crazy, our cat saw something in the dark that she felt shouldn’t be in her territory. At first, I couldn’t see anything, but her night vision is better. But then I noticed the glint of dark eyes … Continue reading

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BP: A Sense of Place: The Shore

The Haiku Foundation started a new weekly column called A Sense of Place in July. It was to take poets back to their roots of haiku writing by concentrating on the senses. Kathy J. Munro chooses the haiku based on … Continue reading

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