Monthly Archives: December 2013

100-word Wednesday: My Silver Linings Playbook

Dad went gray before he was 30. He may have been 28 when his hair became more salt than pepper. I used to tease him. Old man, I called him. I always asked if it was snowing, then pointed to … Continue reading

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100-word Wednesday: Shy

I’m outgoing. I’m loud. The life of the party. I’m a people person. When I need to be. When I don’t;  I’m quiet. Introverted. Withdrawn. Deep.  I prefer small groups to big crowds. I’d rather read than go to a … Continue reading

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Lit Sistahood – Ruth Copeland & Johnny Wheelwright

“A Prayer for Owen Meany” is one of three books I’m reading at this time. The John Irving novel is about a friendship that develops between two boys who meet in the 1950s. The narrator is Johnny Wheelwright and he … Continue reading

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100-Word Wednesday: Hot Sex

Today’s steamy session left me satisfied, as usual. It’s a Wednesday night thing. All day, I prepare myself for the sweating, panting and exhilaration. Then I get home, slip into something comfortable and assume the position. When it’s time, we … Continue reading

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