This week’s word prompt is Afloat. On my fourth week of The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge, I’ve found I look forward to Fridays and sharing something that isn’t wholly writing or romance centered. This shot was from a trip to … Continue reading
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Tagged Art, Blogger, Blogging, Blogs, California, Carefree, Children, DSLR, Family, Fiction, Gardening, getty Villas, Greece, Kids, Life, Love, Malibu, Museums, Non-fiction, Photo challenge, Photography, Photos, Romance, Rome, Sharing, The Daily Post
Does anyone remember the movie A Bronx Tale? Ok if you do, do you recall the scene where Sonny explains to “C” about the Door Test? If not, let me refresh. Sonny tells “C” that he has to lock the doors to … Continue reading
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Tagged A Bronx Tale, Advice, Blogger, Blogs, Breakups, Chazz Palminteri, Dating, First Dates, Humor, Life, Love, Maggots, Movies, Non-fiction, Robert De Niro, Romance, tests, the Door Test, The one
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What a sight to see! This is the last picture post of my trip to the bay area. I visited back in 2009 but I didn’t have a chance to see the Golden Gate Bridge. I really did have a … Continue reading
Tagged #amwriting, Blogger, Blogs, Golden Gate Bridge, Happiness, hotels, Non-fiction, Photography, San Francisco, the bay, vacation, Writing
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No trip is complete without trying everything a different city has to offer and gaining five pounds in the process. Yeah it’s not really about writing or romance, but I sure did enjoy myself. Was there anything absolutely amazing you … Continue reading
Tagged Boudin, comfort food, Fisherman's Wharf, food, foodie, Fremont Diner, guilty pleasures, Non-fiction, Photography, Photos, ramen, San Francisco, the bay, vacation, Writing, Yummy
I actually like skimming through blogs and seeing what everyone’s writing. But sometimes that’s all I do. Skim. When I read other people’s work I still want to be entertained. So what makes someone’s blog clickable? For me it’s only … Continue reading