Interference

Part III – Moirai Games Vibration penetrated the fatty marrow filled cavities within her wrist, waking her from a short sleep. She turned her back against the brown plush sofa. The biker jacket twisted about her shoulders, exaggerating an uncomfortable pinch. Dari rubbed her left eye, trying to gain focus on the ExPose. Six o’clock.…

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Unique Gifts for the Creative Writer in your life

Scratching your head? Find a unique and interesting gift for the writer in your life, customized by a writer! Sure most writers love books and journals, but perhaps you want to try something different. Take a look at the eleven gifts below under $40 for creative choices the writer in your life may love. All…

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Week One Photo Challenge

A personal photography challenge. Weekly photo favorites for 365 days. Take the camera everywhere. Anything goes. Ready, set, shoot! These shots were all taken with the Nikon 50mm and Nikon D750. Did you capture anything exciting this week? What is this thing we call capturing light?

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Seven Reasons to Encourage your Child to Write Daily

Originally posted Jan 27, 2020. Updated Nov 16, 2020. Writing and reading have many positives for personal wellness, growth, and development. You may already understand why and most likely if you are reading this, you personally enjoy writing or reading in some way. Pass this joy to your child or student. If you are a…

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Family Portrait Inspiration for Winter

Get inspired now for your next winter family portrait.

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Dear Primitive Camping Dreamer

Real camping awaits Outdoor enthusiasts, if you haven’t already, give primitive camping a try. Camping can mean different things, but here is what true primitive camping (or sometimes called dispersed) is not. True primitive camping is not glamping (glamorous camping with amenities), it’s not having access to facilities, and it’s not getting to know the friendly…

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Suppressed Blunder

A Poem Charming ring and rhythmic thunder Ribbons wave of suppressed blunder Faulty golden shimmer coiling fast The iron rails of darkened past To blindly believe in a salty win Packing the iron horse of sin Decades trace to a broken track Forgiveness and hope shield your back Furious rush relieved with a halt Acceptable,…

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Forbidden Future

A fictional short story. Shards of glass could not help me. The broken mirror filled the bathroom sink. A single stone perched upon the glistening pile. I’m confused and irritated. Waking to the sound of broken glass did not make for a good start. I stomped to the kitchen, throwing myself on the bar stool.…

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The Game Begins

Part I – Moirai Games May 18th, 2113 – A wide palm gripped his arm, pulling at the seams of his metallic jacket. Trax broke the grip with force as he whipped around, “what are you doing!” “Where have you been? I need you to follow me.” Corbin attempted to catch his breath, placing one…

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L&N Railroad depot – milton florida museum

For anyone who enjoys trains or the history of the railroad system, the small picturesque museum that sits directly on the historical L&N train depot dating back to 1881 is an adventure to see. Milton Florida offers a chance to step back in history with original architecture, railway tools, and trains! Milton is within the…

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