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Entries for Blog City are here and maybe other surprises.
#901148 added January 4, 2017 at 2:38pm
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Dreams, Moving Home
Blog City Prompt: Dreams have no expiration date. Do you agree with this statement?

Yes and no. If your dream job comes along and you turn it down, that dream is gone. Being a writer and publishing s book, there are always publishers and you keep writing and hope to write a best seller. As long as you are living and have your right mind, it is never too late to achieve your dreams.

A new house, a better life, there is no expiration date. Without hopes and dreams, what do we have? I have never heard of a dream having an expiration date. As long as we are willing and keep trying, our dreams can come true.

BCOF Prompt: Write about moving home.

My Dad was in the Air Force and we moved back to Indiana when Dad went to Viet Nam. We lived in Arizona, Washington State, Arkansas, Tennessee and Maryland. I lived with my parents, grandparents, a apartment, a trailer and a house with different friends. My husband and I had a house fire and we lived in our high school principal's house and we got our new house. We rebuild and started over. I say I want to move to Washington State but I hated packing and moving. I live in the country and my house is nice. Not Downton Abbey but things are good for us. I just want to live by mountains and a lake or ocean but I go to Lake Michigan. I am glad I don't live in the city. Indiana has and will always be my home.

Beautiful Gothic woman and wolves image chosen by my friend Hannah.

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