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Good Sunday afternoon or evening wherever you are, it’s been a while since I’ve done this coffee-sharing-thing. Yeah, I know it’s only been a month but to me, it feels like an eternity since I’ve written anything beside work emails and my personal diary.
Another April gone, another A to Z Challenge done. Overall, I am happy with my theme chosen for this year’s challenge – Wordless Photo. One photo every day for each letter of the alphabet. I chose this theme to fit my busy schedule and I thought I was wise to do so. Ever since my…
Good Saturday morning and thank you for joining me in this First-Saturday-of-May edition of #WeekendCoffeeShare.
Sitting in her car, Shelley debates whether she should go in.
Theme: Wordless Photos Click here to see all the #AtoZChallenge posts so far. Technical Details Sony Nex-5T (f/6.3, 210 mm, ISO-800, 1/1000 sec) For more information about the #AtoZChallenge, check out this link.
Good Sunday morning and thank you for joining me in this Mid-April edition of #WeekendCoffeeShare.
Melanie rests her chin on her hands on the window ledge of her father’s car.
“Welcome to the future!” A large headline flashes before me. I suppress a laugh.
Good Monday morning and thank you for joining me in another edition of #WeekendCoffeeShare.
With her hand in mine, my daughter and I walk toward the Ferris wheel. “Are you sure you want to do this?”
Time sure got away from me. I saw a few of my fellow bloggers had already started planning for the A to Z Challenge at the beginning of March and it took me a minute to realize, oh wait, it’s almost April.
Good Monday morning and thank you for joining me in another edition of #WeekendCoffeeShare. If you’ll please follow me, we’re moving this chat to the coffee shop next door.
“How dare you destroy my precious piano?” Grandma? I wanted to say but my lips had turned to jello.
How are you on this Monday morning? Are you like me? Suffering from the Monday-after-Daylight-Saving?
“My husband is missing, you must help me!” I pleaded in broken French.
What’s the first thing you notice about a person?
Good Sunday morning! Welcome to #weekendcoffeeshare! Come on in from the cold and I’ll serve you a cup of hot beverage and perhaps one of my homemade chocolate chip cookies?
I live in a doomed world, I think grimly as I huddle in the dark corner of the Red Mountain Market and Deli, my go-to grocery store some 20 years ago. Teeth clattering, hands shaking, I reach into my jacket pocket for my trusty bottle of Ibuprofen. Great, final two.
I had originally planned to present this story at Toastmasters (a club to practice public speaking) last October but I was so busy at the time that I couldn’t get it written in time. It’s my take on one of my favorite Edgar Allen Poe’s short-stories which I think it was perfect for Halloween.
“Tell me how you find these again?” Jen asked.
If you didn’t have to sleep, what would you do with the extra time?
“The scream, which occurs every day at precisely 3 PM, can be heard from a mile away.