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Not a day of rest

TweetThis past year I have been trying to take Sundays off from work, but that won’t be the case today. My goals for the day are ambitious: review yesterday’s work on Chapter 27, one more edit of Chapter 28 (which I think is in fairly good shape already ::crosses fingers::), and major reconstruction from the […]
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“June”

TweetThe word “June” is filled with possibilities. It makes me think of chocolate ice cream dripping down the cone and flip-flops and mosquitoes and sand and slightly overcooked hot dogs. What does it mean to you? What emotions does it call up? Are you looking for something to write? Write a scene that makes the […]
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Bravo!

TweetMany thanks to everyone who shared their haiku yesterday. They were terrific. So here’s another challenge: write a haiku about your mother’s hands. See if you can make it a positive one (so we can balance out yesterday’s frowns), but try to avoid using words like “happy”. SHOW the emotion with the details you choose, […]
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Can you do it?

TweetWrite a haiku about your mother’s frown. (In-depth site.) Post it here so we can all enjoy it!
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