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A coffee and wine drinking writer, enjoying the life.
Kandase @Kandae11 (40370) 3 Jun
When does smiling become very costly for someone who returns a smile to a stranger? Well it can be costly for someone married to an excessively jealous person who is totally out of control. Years ago when I was married, I...
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Val That is sad and I'm glad you no longer have to suffer like that.
Joliet Jake @JolietJake (51107) • United States 3 Jun
I've been snooping/playing with numbers trying to find out approximately how many people/discussions were on myLot when I first joined back in 2006. It seems there were just over 86,000 discussions the first day I was here...
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Valerie J. Routhieaux @just4him (127251) • Green Bay, Wisconsin 3 Jun
It was a fun afternoon. I thought the party would start earlier than it did, but the graduation started at 2 and the party at 4. Being early, I arrived before the family, but someone was there taking care of everything, so I...
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Val That's a nice photo.
Nancy Zink @ramapo17 (25614) • Melbourne, Florida 3 Jun
Just a minute ago the house started shaking and the noise was so loud. I live in Florida and not far from Kennedy Space Center. I forgot there was a rocket going up tonight. Usually my husband tells me but he was out today and...
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Val But how exciting - most of us will never experience a rocket being launched.
Judy Story @jstory07 (69975) • Roseburg, Oregon 4 Jun
Do you decide what you need or want to do for the week. And than you write out the goals for what you need to do. Or do you just set goals for the day. Than write those goals for the day and do them. When you have a big goal do...
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Val I am a total goal setter, long term short term daily. It's the only way I achieve what I do in my life.
Deborah K. Mitchell @Corbin5 (116394) • United States 2 Jun
The bald eagle is America's national bird. Let's say I am walking our pup Molly in one of the many parks we like to frequent. If I happen to spot an eagle feather on the ground, federal law requires I lay not one finger on that...
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Val I enjoyed learning all about that
Valerie J. Routhieaux @just4him (127251) • Green Bay, Wisconsin 2 Jun
Yesterday when I was on FB I received a message from a cousin, and found out she has a specialty shop near where my son lives. I also found out she moved here permanently from Arizona, where she was a part year resident, living...
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Val Wonderful that the boys get on so well
Judy Evans @JudyEv (134905) • Bunbury, Australia 30 May
Yesterday we spent an enjoyable morning with myLotter, Lynn Fowler (lynnief) who lives in the Gippsland area east of Melbourne. Lynn has a small publishing house and has also done a lot of missionary work in various countries...
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Val I'm glad you made some connections in Melbourne after we failed to do so in Adelaide!
Judy Evans @JudyEv (134905) • Bunbury, Australia 2 Jun
We have been in Melbourne, Australia just over a week and in a few days we’ll catch a ferry to sail to Tasmania. We’ve stayed in our caravan at a park and most days have driven to our son’s tiny rented house to help him with some...
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Val Sounds like you're not really having a holiday in Melbourne
Lynn Fowler @lynnief (1248) • Australia 2 Jun
Maybe you have entered some writing competitions over the years. In this post I'd like to give you a little insight into the other side - i.e., running them. Through my publishing business, Birdcatcher Books, I have now run five...
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Bess @epiffanie (10404) • Australia 1 Jun
. So happy to have met Judy ( @JudyEv ) and her husband Vince in person .. I wish we can post multiple photos but we can only post one here on Mylot ..I should have used the selfie stick to take photos of the four...
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patgalca @patgalca (14605) • Orangeville, Ontario 1 Jun
I gave my novel to a friend to read for me. It's considered a beta reader. I was hesitant as I wasn't feeling 100% comfortable that my story was ready. I got the manuscript back last week with her pages of typed up notes. Some of...
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Val Don't be discouraged. Your book will be all the better for your friends comments.
Judy Evans @JudyEv (134905) • Bunbury, Australia 31 May
I’ve just read a post by Fiacre (xFiacre) about an elderly lady who is keeping her carers and family happy but by devious means. It’s worth reading. The post is: http://www.mylot.com/post/3185471/a-naughty-old-girl. It reminded...
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Val How wonderful! Reminds me of the three little pigs getting up early to outwit the big bad wolf.
Joliet Jake @JolietJake (51107) • United States 1 Jun
I can't help but laugh every time I see someone write that. There is a very simple rule concerning the words "your" and "you're". [i]Any time you mean you are, then you're is the correct...
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Silvermist @silvermist (20116) • India 24 May
Many of us like reading . We make time to read and enjoy books that we like. There may be favorite places that we prefer to read.(I mean in our house.Not in the library or seaside). If the whether is good, some of us like to...
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Always smiling @allknowing (69490) • India 1 Jun
Our snow bush (I wonder if that is its real name) is in full bloom The white is so bright that one needs cooling glasses to look at them. They will drop down and the ground will get a snow flakes look. Butterflies will also...
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Val That is certainly a pretty part of your garden.
Judy Evans @JudyEv (134905) • Bunbury, Australia 1 Jun
I know many of you think our West Australian town names are very funny, even strange perhaps, but believe me, that is nothing compared to some we’ve seen in the Gippsland region of Victoria, Australia. The best so far have been Mt...
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Val Your bunyip sounds a wee bit like our Maori taniwha.
Jessica @JESSY3236 (7294) • United States 1 Jun
Happy June!! Today is my uncle's birthday!! He is going to have a birthday party later today. Tomorrow would have been my other uncle's birthday!! I'm going to light a candle to celebrate. June 21st is the first day of Summer....
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Anna @LadyDuck (176861) • Switzerland 1 Jun
May is over, five months of year 2018 have already gone, only seven to go before the end of the year. For those who live in the northern hemisphere, June brings Summer, it's end of schools and vacation season for some. The...
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DianneN @DianneN (85170) • United States 29 May
Not that I'm complaining, but my husband goes out every single day. He goes to the gym, out for breakfast with his friends, an occasional lunch with his buddies, and visits his former staff at his university where he worked for...
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Val Isn't that wonderful that he cares