Living Musically: On the Willows Edition

A: I’m not a particularly religious person– D: No kidding, A. Heathens are more religious than you. A: Ahem. . . D: Sorry. A: Of course, Godspell isn’t what I consider religious. D: You mean, aside from the parable-base storytelling, the crucifixion and the whole, you know, Jesus-thing? A: (Eye roll) Yes, D, despite all that. […]

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On the second day of NaNo. . .

On the second day of NaNo, my true muse gave to me. . . 2 cuddly cats and a family that’s dear to me. And by two cuddly cats, I mean two cats who demand I cuddle. They’re both rescues, and while Cleo is the Queen, Isis is a Goddess, and I am her chosen […]

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On the first day of NaNo . . .

On the first day of NaNo, my true muse gave to me. . . A family that’s dear to me. It came to me, yesterday, how I could blog and NaNo at the same time (because NaNo is a verb, now). The reviled and/or beloved holiday song, The Twelve Days of Christmas, was to become […]

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The House of Carrick Close

This old house is broken and sad/weary with years/it sits low on the land. Kate rolled her eyes and tuned out her mother’s atrocious poetry.  Bare trees reached up to the heavy February sky. It looked as dreary as she felt. No one cared what she thought; no one ever paid attention to the teenager, […]

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Happy Anniversary

A: Happy Anniversary, D – join me in a toast! D: Pardon? A: We’ve been official for 30 days. D: Official. A: Yup, I even announced it on Facebook, which totally means it’s real. D: A, your abuse of your language continues to hurt my sensibilities. Could you not speak in jargon for a moment, […]

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