Tag Archives: Writing

750

I’ve reached 750 posts. Officially, I have made the same amount of posts in under three years here, as compared to over a decade on my previous site. That’s well under half the time. In fact, that’s around a third … Continue reading

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Feeling Crappy

(Insert crappy joke here.) Prime and I hit a local Target; it seems that they carry Kindles and accessories. They have covers–$29.99 a pop–and Bluetooth keyboards with a built-in stand for $49.99. I’m more than a little interested in the … Continue reading

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Revolving Doors

  The surprising thing about Wisconsin? The day after a storm, the sky is a brilliant blue. It never ceases to amaze me. Not too long ago, as I was customizing my blog, I noticed that the template I’m using … Continue reading

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Snow and Nonsense

For giggles, I gave the word processing program on my Kindle a shot. It works. I have about a page from a fic I’m working on saved up and I intend to write more. (I’ve had the idea buzzing around … Continue reading

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To Borrow a Phrase

“All good things, dot, dot, dot.” Hope Q doesn’t mind me snagging that for a moment. Yesterday, I was off and I did something I’ve been meaning to do for a while now: I got on my old blog and … Continue reading

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#500

This is post number five hundred for this blog. I can barely believe it. On my previous blog, it took five years to get to this point; now I’ve done it in about half the time. This calls for a … Continue reading

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Changes

We have some color on the trees now. It isn’t a lot, but I can see some insistent little yellow patches dotted on the nearby woods. Some are small enough to where if you blink, you can miss them. Others … Continue reading

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