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Words written: 1951 words Words written so far: 12, 107 words The Morning After Marco had just endured a horrible experience after being facedown on his home by law enforcement due to a bogus accusation. Next morning, he is asked to come to the Police Station for somewhat of an apology. He is told that […]

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Words written: 1546 words Milestone: 10,156 words I’m having a mini panic attack. I am afraid that this story is going in a direction that I cannot seem to control. I am second-guessing myself and my plan. It’s uncomfortable. I know what I want to happen. Fighting perfection is debilitating. Whenever I feel like this, […]

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Truth Or Lie? Short work weeks are the worst. There you are crawling from a long holiday weekend and there’s a ton of work waiting for you. Like… That was me. Words written: 1300 words Marco’s Finer Points Divorce hardened Marco. It is crushing to know that you are building a life with someone you […]

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Words written: 1739 words Not Out Of The Woods Because he cared, Marco went to the hospital. Scarlett was hemorrhaging uncontrollably. He stuck around with Abbie until there were updates. Questions And Answers Marco decided to head over to visit a few friends who were on call. After receiving a text from Abigail, he took […]

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Words written: 1143 words Fourth of July Weekend Yes, I had no idea that this story would be written on the actual holiday weekend. But… this is the point in the story weeks after Marco treated Detective Peterson and the suspect who was found hanging in a prison cell. Marco spends a rare holiday weekend […]

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I am doing well and adjusting to this COVID-19 normal. I hope you are well and healthy too. If you are going through the rough patches in these uncertain times, I’m holding you up in my prayers and thoughts. These past few months have been mentally challenging. A global pandemic, shelter in place orders, racism […]

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Yesterday, I finally got a grasp of rounding off in math. I was teaching my son this concept the wrong way. Well, that should teach me something. As a daughter of lifelong educators, I sure got my comeuppance. Teachers do not get respect. They are undervalued, taken for granted, passed over when budget talks take […]

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A is for anxiety Understandable given the novel nature of the COVID-19 virus. Try coughing in the grocery store checkout line. That glare and stare will explain the level of anxiety. B is for Borders/Boundaries Seems like the Earth is slowly losing her doors. Borders are closing all around us. We are slowly sealing our […]

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A couple of days ago, I headed back to the office for work supplies. The commute was fantabulous (I know this is not a word). Seems like people were heeding the CDC guidelines and doing their part to “flatten the curve.” Heading into the building, I ran into a colleague and as working parents we […]

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