Blue Sky

20 Jun 19
Keycaps

The man’s body was uncovered from the waist up. He had light brown skin, and every muscle in his back was defined, even in death, and even after his injuries. There were cuts all across his back and arms, clean and surgical. There was no blood on the floor, but a bloodstained white tank top […]

20 Jun 19
The Scottish Dream

I have decided to try and do a write up for every new 10+ mile walk I do so that I can build up enough good routes to fill a little booklet of my favourites.  Not routes necessarily about Covenanters or poetry, just simply beautiful walks and bike rides in the Nithsdale Hills.  Hopefully some […]

20 Jun 19
Bess Ho 何玉明

The nuisance of the nasty neighbor continued to act even more violent each time. However I was too busy to care, and in such a way released my anxiety. I did not sleep well and woke in the dark waiting for the iPhone to chime at five o’clock in the morning. After the stretching exercise […]

20 Jun 19
House of Poffs

I had so many things I wanted to do after bedtime tonight. I wanted to read my book, I wanted to journal, and I wanted to spend time with my husband on the one night he has off work. I purposely give my kids an early bed time so I have a few hours of […]

20 Jun 19
Another Possibility

while i was away the weeds decided to stage a coup across the rocks   and plants   and trees where i’d spent whole days meticulously      digging out the thistle    unwinding the bindweed   moving the rocks aside    to get at each piece         of cheatgrass    conspiring with the rain the sun and my apparent negligence they made […]

20 Jun 19
Caitlyn Grey

“I have lived a thousand lives and I’ve loved a thousand loves. I’ve walked on distant worlds and I’ve seen the end of time. Because I read.”           -George R. R. Martin That’s what reading is all about, isn’t it? Getting to go to a new world, with new people, and new […]

20 Jun 19
Marshall Geck's Fiction Blog

Synopsis: I’m glad to be posting my latest short story in a much timelier fashion than my last. This is due in part to the fact that I didn’t have many life events consuming my time outside of work, and also because this story is much shorter than I typically write. I had been meaning to […]

20 Jun 19
Measure Fruitfulness, Results that Matter

Time to Quit? by Henny Jane Thormoset I appointed you to go and produce lasting fruit. —Jesus[1] Series: Time to Quit?  Book 1: We’re Home! Chapter 9: Values (draft) For you ignore God’s law and substitute your own tradition. —Jesus[2] March 1997 Kuma Talla, Yaoundé, Cameroon Abednego’s wife has put to birth—twins! People are now calling him Tanfar, […]

20 Jun 19
gravel travel

We awoke this morning in our tents wet with condensation and rainwater ingress. Although the sleep was good the festivities went on till the early hours of the morning. Strange people trying out karaoke, and failed miserably. It went on and those trying to get to their tents would (inadvertently) kick our tents guy wires […]

20 Jun 19
Outside the Reality Machine

by Jon Rappoport June 19, 2019 (To join our email list, click here.) In THAT case, I make no secret of the fact that I see majestic earthenware bells lying in a churchyard And a wind is blowing through the chapel tearing the roof apart, and the blue sky is filled with ships ploughing toward […]

20 Jun 19
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20 Jun 19
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20 Jun 19
Livesay Writing

Hi. Coffee: Maxwell House Master Blend, Office Coffee The sky is pepper-blue. Only in the summer. I’ve been spending a lot of time in corporate conference rooms. The walls are all tacked with motivating pictures. Overall pleasant spaces. A lot of thought and care went into these rooms, even if it’s the kind of air-conditioned thinking […]

20 Jun 19
2 Sisters Online

The Well Ora didn’t know where she was going and the diminutive orange lady named Maz Kanata wouldn’t tell her. She could only sit in the passenger seat of the small silver and orange craft hoping she wasn’t being taken to The Whisper. Nervous butterflies fluttered in her stomach as she imagined walking toward a […]

19 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

Derby manager Frank Lampard has told his players that he will switch to Chelsea when the right offer is made. Maurizio Sarri, who joined Juventus at the weekend, preferred to take on the former blues midfielder at Hotseat Stamford Bridge. Initial talks between the Rams and the Premier League giants are said to have taken […]