Exit the Scoundrel #Friday Fictioneers

Exit the Scoundrel by Tracey Delaplain Restless sleep and endless revisions fueled the writer’s annoyance. Mr. Edwards, a minor nondescript character, had disappeared halfway through chapter 13, leaving her with a plot hole, an angry cast and a throbbing headache. “Your coffee ma’am.  A charming man in a cloak sent this over. He said to…

It Should Matter

It Should Matter All the words that would never be said swirled down the drain. My pride went with them; grey and dirty and used. My shame was overshadowed by your reflection in the window. Tousled from the night you spent in my bed, not a hint of remorse, you lit a Marlboro with the…

December Fitness Tips – Revisited

Holiday Challenge: Dance as if no one is watching. Having trouble keeping your Maintain Don’t Gain promise? Maybe these strategies will help. 1) Crank up the holiday music and dance as if no one is watching. Close the drapes just in case. If you need dance ideas then watch RuPaul’s Drag Race, those queens have…

Big Bird Gets the Axe

Photo Credit@Luther Siler Big Bird Gets the Axe “Sesame Street’s themes of tolerance and acceptance are outdated and Fox News has approached us with an affiliate agreement that would increase market shares for both organizations. If we start teaching hate in pre-school, we are certain to recruit future Fox viewers. Cruella, please show us your…

How to feed a vegetarian dinner guest..

Originally posted on foodbod:
This time of year, I see a lot of articles and posts talking about what to feed a vegetarian guest should you find one sat at your Christmas dinner table; I always find it interesting to see what suggestions are proffered and I’m afraid, I very rarely agree. So often the…