Isolation Day 1

I am literally crestfallen. I felt like I was slapped hard seeing my results revealing positive of Covid-19. I have an autoimmune disease with a literally damaged lymphatic system, perhaps that’s why it seemed pretty easy for me to get it. I hate you Covid! Contact tracing. Our office is of a boutique setup. Ours […]

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Gemini

I opted writing a poem, inspired by the photo below owned by Janek-Sedlar at DeviantArt. For the visually challenged writer, the image is of two bare, misshapen trees deep inside a forest, as described by Fandango. If you wish to join the challenge, please visit Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge.

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Outstanding Blogger Award

I really would not like to time travel by the way. It’s like having one thing and losing another. If it’s just a glimpse then it’s fine, but if it’s going to mess the space time continuum, I don’t like it! Because what if the flux capacitor has not been invented yet?!!! I would not like to gamble on not having to be with my family especially Brook. What if I wake up in a dystopian world?

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Eulogy

I don’t want to entrust this with anyone and I don’t want to end up with some cheesy line from a Sarah McLachlan song (an attempt to joke about my love for SM) or a mockery on how I love Grey’s Anatomy! I just won’t let them, hahaha.

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The Felicity Series: Of Text Messages and Unrequited Love

Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge #83 Here’s my flash fiction entry for Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge. To join, click ME. This week’s challenge is inspired by the above image from fellow blogger Ruth at Ruth Scribbles. Felicity’s friends always tell her that she’s in love with love. She didn’t have a clue how it started but they […]

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Small Joys

What makes you happy? Oh if you ask me, I like having enough sleep. I love seeing a Bible verse relevant to my current feelings and I would really appreciate a random act of kindness from a friend.

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