via Flower of the Day – August 5, 2018 – Waterlily
Houdini was the first man to fly a plane solo in Australia.
Domestic cats hate lemons or other citrus scents.
Originally posted on Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life: In the summer sale, I gave away several copies of my short story collection free… the reason I write is to be read, and as an indie author, and not tied to Kindle publishing, I can share my stories freely here on the blog.… viaContinue reading “Smorgasbord Short Stories – What’s in a Name? – Alexander – Defender of Men by Sally Cronin — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog”
Though officials took us in, their welcome was forced. The meadow was dotted with makeshift dwellings which looked like heaven compared to what we’d endured to get here. Pa ruffled my hair, whispering that it was over. We were safe. He was half right. A woman with long, grey braids approached Pa, pointed to […] viaContinue reading “The Tent — Lemon Shark Reef”
Originally posted on A Jeanne in the Kitchen:
A good friend of mine gave me some zucchini from her garden that were absolutely HUGE! I am still coming up with some good zucchini recipes that do them justice. They are so delicious! Fresh is always best, and even better when they have been grown with…
Originally posted on This Thing Called Life One Word at a Time:
I’m on vacation! And I have to tell you, it is a lovely place to be. I’m also with my sister, visiting another sister and we’re having the best time. We just finished making and eating a yummy dinner and now we are…
Originally posted on HorrorAddicts.net:
When writing a story, it’s really easy to write with “then speak.” What I mean by that is when the story goes: She walked to the house and then opened the door. Then she looked inside. This is a very literal example of this writing faux pas, but it happens…
Originally posted on P.A. Moed:
Notre Dame During the Blue Hour. Shot with a Google Pixel 2. One spring evening, we attended a concert at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. The light from the evening sky poured through the cathedral windows, highlighting them in brilliant shades of blue, purple, and gold. By luck, we…
Our tomatoes from our garden have been coming for about 3 weeks now. Way earlier than normal, however, the large tomatoes are just starting. What else do you do when that happens? Well BLT’s of course! I wait all summer for that wonderful garden tomato taste. I refuse to eat hot-house tomatoes so I am […]Continue reading “BLT Wrap — In Dianes Kitchen”