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Oak Ridge Girls: A 99-word Story

Oak Ridge Girls Newspaper advertisements across the country said that a new firm was looking for young women to work in a factory in Tennessee. The job description was vague, but housing was supplied. Girls from the Midwest flocked to … Continue reading

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Carrot Ranch: Crafting Scraps

November 15, 2018, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that uses scraps. It can be scraps of dried flowers, paper, metal, fabric, food — any kind of scraps you can think of. Then write a … Continue reading

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Triathlon in a Month: Final week…

…plus a bit more as this incorporates the fourth week as well as the three days ending the month. With the last day of July now complete, this urban hiker achieved her goal and a bit more. The original goal … Continue reading

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BP: Tinywords

This pedometer geek is honored to have one of my haiku published alongside many stalwart haiku in the 18.1 Issue of Tinywords. It is the haiku for today and can be found at tinywords.com. Check out all of them there … Continue reading

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In Honor of…

Memorial Day, several haiku and a poem commemorating young men and women serving in the military through the years. ruptured duck… listening to dad’s stories of Indo-China *** Memorial Day… the silence of white stones *** last deployment yellow ribbon … Continue reading

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Million Mile Month: Week 2

The Healthcode.org’s Million Mile Month is well underway, and to date, the Million Mile Month community has logged over 500,000 miles based on the email sent to participants. Based on this, as in the past, it looks like the million … Continue reading

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Daily Prompt: Haul (a haibun)

via Daily Prompt: Haul A follow-up to yesterday’s post: the Algoma Compass has left bow first. It hauled stern, heading back to its home port in Ontario, Canada. Bon voyage! Despite the frigid cold, the crowds turned out. Friends and … Continue reading

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