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Sheltering In The Almighty’s Shadow — Like An Anchor (Blog Share)

I’ve been thinking about Psalm 91 quite a bit since the coronavirus became a world-wide concern. The rabbi at my Messianic congregation recently wrapped-up a six-part sermon series on this psalm, and none too soon since the very next week churches were asked to stop meeting. There are hospitals overwhelmed by patients, non-essential businesses being […]

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Blog Share: Can you see what I see? — Shall We Get Dressed Now?

In the Hollywood Blockbuster The Matrix, Neo finds out that his whole world was a lie. He had been asleep and machines had manipulated his reality. Nothing he experienced was real. Dreams are interesting because they can be so real, that when you wake, just for a moment reality and dream blend. Which is which? […]

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Inkitt’s Horror Writing Contest — Creative Writing Contests

Inkitt’s Horror Writing Contest Submit your spine-chilling stories to be in with the chance of winning $1000 Inkitt’s brand new horror writing contest is an opportunity to share your terrifying stories with our 2 million readers and writers around the world. Whether it’s psychological thriller, a ghoulish tale or terrifying gorey details – your captivatingly […]

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7 Days 7 Posts – Starting 27/01/2020 — Daysixtyfive (Blog Share)

Hey fellow bloggers and readers, Due to the amount of the positive feedback received from the 15 Day Blogging Challenge, I have created a new challenge that will be starting on the 27th of January 2020.

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Rice Krispie Cone Christmas Trees — First of May (Blog Share) 🎄

I love Christmas and baking so of course, at this time of year I can’t stop making tempting festive treats. My favourite ones to make are super creative, easy to make and require very little ingredients. I’m sure you can imagine my excitement when I stumbled across a no-bake Rice Krispie cone Christmas tree recipe […]

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Easy DIY Christmas Wreath. — Steve`s Country (Blog Share)

Hello everyone! Welcome to something a little different here at Steve’s Country. I showed one DIY that I did last spring, something to just hide some unsightly totes sitting in the corner of my living room. It wasn’t perfect, but it sure looks a lot better. So, today I will show my process in making […]

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Did you know? — No Half Measures (Blog Share)

While I’ve added my own words and experiences to the blog posts, the informative metastatic breast cancer graphics were created by Andrea Parker, who was born only a few months earlier than I in 1978. Andrea created the graphics with Ginny Knackmuhs offering the statistical information for them. Andrea’s life was stolen by MBC in […]

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Rodeo #4: TUFF Beans

 

Join in, Arcians. And wish me luck. 🐎

Carrot Ranch Literary Community

With Pepe Le Gume on the prowl at Carrot Ranch, I might regret prompting anything with beans. But beans hold a special place in my heart. I grew up on pinto beans, cowboy beans. A special treat was refried beans. I never had navy bean soup or chili beans or baked beans until I was an adult. Chili was a con carne served over pasta, soup was sopas, and whoever heard of maple-sweetened beans in buckaroo country? Now that I’ve had Vermont beans, I understand Pepe’s appeal.

In case you aren’t familiar with the mainstay challenges at Carrot Ranch, D. Avery created Pepe along with a host of characters in her weekly Ranch Yarns. Like beans, once a writer gets a taste for 99-words, you’ll keep coming back for more. We make sure the pot is always on at Carrot Ranch, where we create community through literary art. I…

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The Weekly Terrible Poetry Contest: Halloween 🎃

 

Come all, come one. The more terrible your poetry, the better! 🦴🎃💀

Chelsea Ann Owens

Come here, my poet, and prepare to enter the Weekly Terrible Poetry Contest #49! You’ll find a basic outline on terrible poeting here. Ready?

Here are the specifics for this week:

  1. Our Topic is Halloween. Write something SCARY!
  2. As is usual, the Length is up to you.
  3. Rhyming is also up to you. Frighten us with what you do.
  4. Just Make it terrible! Make the very souls of the Wal-mart imps moan in agony and terror at the very thought of your verses.
  5. The Rating’s fine at PG-13 or cleaner.

You have till midnight of All Hallow’s Eve, 12:00 a.m. MST next Friday morning (November 1) to submit a poem.

Use the form below to be anonymous for a week.

For a more social experience and immediate fame, include your poem or a link to it in the comments. If you do not see a pingback within a day…

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