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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 912: Begins in the Morning

And so it begins in the morning and it traces its way around the page and off to off the desk and down onto the ground. On the ground it has more room to move around and so it traces … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 482: Roll my way to Freedom

I was going to try and knock out a story or two this morning, but feeling it I am not. I am preparing to stop, drop and roll my way to freedom, but the freedom I am looking for cannot … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 460: Working on Music

Last night I started working on music once more. It had been a few months since I last picked up an instrument and to be honest, I’m not sure as to why I put one down. However, last night was … Continue reading

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Five-Hundred Word Challenge 395: Dragging on

So I’m sitting here, killing time until the end of my shift. It has been a most interesting day. I keep on sitting here, taking calls as the day slowly progress toward tomorrow. Soon I will be heading home and … Continue reading

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On Same-Sex Marriage

Recently some wonderful human being thought it would be a good idea to shove a pie in Alan Joyce’s face because Alan Joyce is using QANTAS to support the right for same-sex marriage. It may be that he’s supporting it … Continue reading

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One Thousand Word Challenge 10: A Lengthy Post About Cycling

What a good day that today happens to be! It certainly is a nice one. Well, now that I’ve got the small talk out of the way, it’s time to get serious about something that I cannot quite put my … Continue reading

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Five-hundred Word Challenge 16: a Hat is Talking to me

I was sitting at my table after just having finished dinner when I was unsure as to what I was going to write about. Surprising, I know. I tried to find words that extended beyond a mere five sentences, yet … Continue reading

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