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The Sunshine Blogger Award! – “What could be better this time of year?”

Thank you to Hannah, from https://letteredwiththoughts.wordpress.com/ for nominating me! I must confess I never really liked blog tags, awards, and blog nominations where you had to nominate more bloggers. I kind of thought it was like, "okay, I got nominated, who can I nominate? Let me look at my list." Nominating other bloggers felt impersonal… Continue reading The Sunshine Blogger Award! – “What could be better this time of year?”

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The Girl in the Red Dress – A World War Two Christmas Story

I know there was mention of me posting a short story about a medic today, but I decided I'd give my readers a story that was a little more light-hearted. Enjoy! -------------------------------- Ellie ducked behind the corner of the wall, clutching the glass of purple punch in her hands. It was demoralizing for any red-headed… Continue reading The Girl in the Red Dress – A World War Two Christmas Story

Echoes of Honor

Echoes of Honor Pt. 20 Sophie stepped outside into the cool Spring morning. Birds soared overhead, and she smiled at them. At times, she wished she could be a bird. Fly away from all this war and trouble. The picket fence that ran near the house was the perfect support for her elbows as she… Continue reading

memorial day

Hi, all! I will be posting three short stories the three Wednesdays leading up to Memorial day. Today's story is more of a description challenge using a picture. The story is purely fictional---and FYI, the picture below is from the Korean War, not the Vietnam war. (Picture Credit - Pinterest) Hope you enjoy! "Help me,… Continue reading

Echoes of Honor

Echoes of Honor Pt. 19 "Like a Bird" /\-/\-/\-/\-/\-/\-/\-/\-/\-/\-/\-/\-/\-/\-/\-/\-/\-/\-/\-/\-/\-/\ Embarrassment. That's all Karl felt as he stared at Marie, Philippe's sister. He could feel a dark blush creeping up over his face, and he looked away. "Why didn't you say something when I grabbed you?" "Like what?" Marie asked, slipping her back over her shoulder… Continue reading