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I’m Not TRYING to Eavesdrop

But I Certainly Hear a LOT of Conversations By Jeff Salter This week’s topic asks whether we’ve ever overheard a conversation and added it in some way to a story. Wow… this is a goldmine! I’m constantly hearing or overhearing … Continue reading

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I Can’t Hear Well Enough to Do It

This week’s topic was “Have you overheard a conversation and added it in some way to a story?” I’ve thought about it, and, no, I don’t think I ever have. I’m a little hard of hearing so it would be … Continue reading

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Anticipation… or Dread?

Seems like both stress me out By Jeff Salter This week’s topic is (basically): Is there an upcoming calendar event that I’m looking forward to… or dreading? As usual, my answers will be all over the place, so bear with … Continue reading

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Mostly It’s Positive

Do I have anything on my calendar that I’m looking forward to, or is there something that I’m dreading? Actually, it’s a little bit of both. Let’s do the thing I’m dreading first. As luck would have it, the thing … Continue reading

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Spur of the Moment

Do I have an event on my calendar that I am looking forward to or dreading this year? I don’t really make plans. I am more of a fly-by-the-seat-of-my-pants person. Most of the things on my calendar are doctor appointments … Continue reading

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Read It or View It

My Favorite Book to Film Adaptation(s) By Jeff Salter Earlier this week, I got the impression this was a repeated topic — basically the same as what we dealt with in January 2015 … five years ago. However, now that … Continue reading

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A Christmas Carol

What is your favorite book to movie adaption? As a rule, I don’t like most of them. In a book you’re able to understand the characters better because you’ve had the time to get to know them. There’s always something … Continue reading

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