Tag Archives: dialogue

Tagging, Tattooes and Time Travel

I’ve been sadly remiss over the past few weeks. I’ve been tagged for various blogging awards and games that I haven’t responded to. My mother, who was very much a lady, would be horrified. Rudeness wasn’t tolerated in our home … Continue reading

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The Longterm effects of Gravity and Other Things About Turning 50 That Suck

I managed to get through my forties relatively unscathed. A few lines around my eyes, a little bit of cellulite here and there. Nothing devastating. Then I turned 50.  And everything changed. Did you know that after you turn 50 … Continue reading

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Breaking the Rules

I’m not sure how all the various rules of writing came into existence, but I think we’ve got more than we need.  Some rules make perfectly good sense, others seem to be the product of some word Nazi who doesn’t have enough to … Continue reading

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