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Summer Solstice Celebration

This pedometer geek writer has been slacking in regards to writing to the prompts at http://www.carrotranch.com. The prompts for the 99-word (no more, no less) stories are posted weekly, but a week seems to go by so fast that by … Continue reading

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Odds and Ends

Just catching up with a few odds and ends here. The first is about April’s Million Mile Month at http://www.Healthcode.org. This is the sixth year this pedometer geek has participated in the challenge. This pedometer geek chose 100 miles as … Continue reading

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44839: Poetry From a Zip Code (2018 Edition)

As there are a few more days in April, which is National Poetry Month, this pedometer geek decided to post poems from 2018’s edition of the Huron, Ohio poetry anthology, 44839: Poetry From a Zip Code, 2018. This poet also had four … Continue reading

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44839: Poetry From a Zip Code (Part 3)

As it is National Poetry Month, this pedometer geek is sharing the third of her poems, which were selected for inclusion in the 2019 44839: Poetry From a Zip Code. It is called “The Witch.” It may seem a departure … Continue reading

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Tapestry: A poem from the past

From my senior year English journal, one of the poems I wrote, which seems appropriate because of my previous post about my needlepoint canvas. Although I never gave it a title, I do now. It is as follows: Tapestry life … Continue reading

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BP: Haiku Dialogue: Travel

This week’s theme at the Haiku Foundation’s Haiku Dialogue was travel, and once again, the submitted haiku were chosen and edited by Tia Haynes. One of this pedometer geek’s haiku was chosen for inclusion in the column. It is as … Continue reading

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BP: Haiku Dialogue & Stardust Haiku

This past week has been good to this pedometer geek, at least as far as having some haiku published. The Haiku Foundation’s weekly column, Haiku Dialogue, selected one of my haiku about  wild animals. At this time, Tia Haynes is … Continue reading

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BP: Stardust Haiku Journal #36

This month this pedometer geek had one haiku accepted into the online journal: Stardust Haiku: Poetry With a Little Sparkle. This is the thirty-sixth issue that Valentina Ranaldi-Adams has published, and the journal just keeps getting better and better with … Continue reading

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Tipping the Beaufort Scale: 99-word Flash Fiction

This week’s prompt over at http://www.carrotranch.com was to use storm windows in 99 words (no more, no less), and go where the prompt led. Here’s mine: Tipping the Beaufort Scale Serafina loved wind, from warm southern breezes to biting northern … Continue reading

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Writing a wrong

It is not unusual for writers’ groups to take a day or two for a writer’s retreat, and our local writers’ group is no exception. One of our members is put in charge; usually it is my husband, and he … Continue reading

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