Tag: fiction

throwback thursdays (vol. 10): is it what you think it is, though?

Today’s TBT post makes me giggle every time I read it. Don’t worry, it’s not nasty or inappropriate…though you might think so! I wrote it as part of my old creative writing group, LFB. Today’s picture is not from that time period, since I have given you many from that same period of time, but is

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throwback thursdays (vol. 7): pertaining to my starbucks addiction

Today’s Throwback Thursday post will make sense to anyone that knows anything about my favorite place in the world…Starbucks. Anyone that knows me, knows the pure rage that overcomes me when (God forbid) the poor barista makes my drink wrong. I took it to a whole new level with this post, written for the blogging

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throwback thursdays (vol. 6): minnie the mouse

This is one of my favorite posts I did for LFB, a blogging group I was a part of back in my MySpaz blogging days. It’s kind of sweet, kind of mildy-senior-sexy, and even makes me feel fuzzy inside. A little bit. Anyway, it’s a fictional story about two high-school sweethearts that meet again at

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lfb: would thee like my bowthe?

LFB. There’s Nothing Like It. This week: A fairy tale involving a witch and a talking cat. Include a jar of marmalade and a bottle of sake. The Previous Adventures of Mouse and Rockefeller “Mouthe! Mouthe!” “What, you stupid, mangy, flea-bitten mutt?” It was obvious that Mouse was not pleased with her erstwhile companion. She

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lfb: she likes me! (earnest and masta pud, part three)

Part One | Part Two It was Phase Three of Ernest’s master plan to become popular, and things couldn’t have been going any better. Armed with his new name (Masta Pud) and his new wardrobe (the pink cashmere sweater did look fine, if he did say so himself), he was on his way to nail down Phase

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lfb: minnie the mouse

Minerva was nervous. She stretched her lips wide, trying to get the lipstick on without smearing it halfway to her ear. Finished, she leaned back and inspected the results. Doable. She supposed. Now she just needed to do something about her hair. At least she still had it, she encouraged herself. She didn’t know why

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lfb: get it right

“Hello, ma’am, what can I get you today?” I tried to put my best cheerful-I-can’t-wait-to-help-you tone in my voice as the next customer stepped up to the counter. She was sort of short, with funky red hair. As she spoke I caught the glint of a tongue piercing to go with the one in her

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