April Photo Challenge: Smile

It's the end of another month which calls for another quintet of photos for P.J.'s Monthly Photo Challenge. This month's theme is "Smile". "That'll be easy!", thought I. After all, spring is here and lots of people will be out and about flashing their smiles in the glorious sun as it warms their pasty arms … Continue reading April Photo Challenge: Smile

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Photo Challenge: One

I don't know where the last month went, but it went, and it went by fast! As the month of March came to a snow covered end, I also realized that I hadn't taken a single photo with P.J.'s March Photo Challenge in mind. Well, maybe I did, subconsciously, so I'll just shut up about … Continue reading Photo Challenge: One

The Post I Nearly Forgot About

In my last post of the 30M2 DoW challenge, I completely forgot to tell you all to come back here today so you could watch the traditional picking of the names video. Sigh. Well, while operating heavy machinery may be out of the question, hopefully some of you have sobered up enough to use a … Continue reading The Post I Nearly Forgot About

What’s Swedish For Kaboom?

A little while back, I was Skyping with the lovely Ziva. For those of you who haven't had the sheer pleasure of seeing Ziva, here's a screen shot I took of her: I know, right? And I guess it would only be fair for me to post a screen shot of myself as well. Here … Continue reading What’s Swedish For Kaboom?

Red Things and Exploding Brains

Today is the last day of February, aka the day we post things for P.J.'s monthly photo challenge. It is also the last day of Nicky's (I keep saying I had nothing to do with it, but no one believes me) 28 Day Writing Challenge and today's prompt for that is "And Then My Brain … Continue reading Red Things and Exploding Brains

Evolution

Relationships are a funny thing, he thought to himself. When they'd first started dating, they couldn't get enough of each other. The need for physical contact was a constant presence; he would find himself searching out her hand as they walked or shifting his legs when they sat so that they mingled with hers. It seemed to him that her … Continue reading Evolution