Monthly Archives: April 2015

Writing 101 Day 16 lost and found

Today’s assignment: write about finding something, about lost and found, connecting it to day four as this is the third part of that series. Last Sunday was just another Sunday, the usual things took place, fighting to get my ass … Continue reading

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writing 101 Day 15

Today’s prompt: think about and event you attended and loved, writing in your own voice tell us how you would feel if it was cancelled. I love going to Shepherds Harvest in Minnesota. The event is held every year on … Continue reading

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Writing 101 Day 14

Today’s prompt: write a letter to the first word you see on page 29 of the book nearest to you. Dear Raindrops, Oh how I miss you. Living in Colorado we don’t get to see many of you and when … Continue reading

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Writing 101 – day 13 Serially Found

Today’s prompt: tell us about a time you found something loosely connected to day four. F#*&k Cancer. Last March I started having pains in my lower back that I attributed to shoveling snow. But they didn’t go away. When the … Continue reading

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Writing 101 day 11

Today’s prompt: where did you live when you were 12 years old – twist- vary sentence size to create interest. The summer of my 12th year we moved to Farrington Street in St. Paul Mn. It was a very Catholic … Continue reading

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Writing 101 – Day Ten favorite childhood meal

Okay so it’s been a busy week I was at a camp in the mountains with spotty internet, then I  went to the theater and had to catch up on work stuff. I will be working backwards to catch up. … Continue reading

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Writing 101 day 5

Okay apparently Blogging 101 is really writing 101 anyhow day 5 assignment: The random letter: Caught on the edge of a stone I noticed the tattered letter. It began,  “Please forgive me”  it was short but by the end I … Continue reading

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