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A terminal for all blogs coming in or going out. A view into my life.
Started July 1st 2019 for contests, etc. as other blogs are filling up and have other purposes.


I'm starting a new blog because
L'aura del Campo  (18+)
Online journal capturing the moment and the memory of moments. A meadow meditation.
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has over 1,200 entries and that's getting close to full. I don't want to trim it by deletion. I did that once, much to my dismay.

Hoarfrosts from Hell  (GC)
Anything I'm not happy about or that I don't want in my main blog!
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is still hidden from the public and will remain so. I don't post there often. It's more personal and full of angst.

Enga mellom fjella  (18+)
Enga mellom fjella: where from across the meadow, poems sing from mountains and molehills.
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is full...

I'll be linking to
On The Write Path  (18+)
ON THE WRITE PATH: travel journal for Around-the-World in 2015, 16, 18.
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as I need to post there about my travels.

O Pinions!  (XGC)
May my opinions gather wind under their wings and fly, perchance to soar.
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is for my opinions. *Laugh*

Nurture your Nature  (18+)
Look around. Let Nature nurture your Soul. I record images I sense and share them here.
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was set up for nature observations and musings.

Watt's Gnus  (18+)
On topics and today's gnus. Definitely opinionated. Set to 18+ for a reason.
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come out of a need to share interesting stuff I come across. When I was young I did a small newsletter named as such. (or was it column in the newsletter? Been 30 years... I think.)

Flash Fiction  (GC)
Short 300 word, more or less, "stories" .
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is where I put my flash fictions. Maybe someday I'll figure it out and have enough good ones to publish. Ratings vary and some are hidden from view.

I love to be prodded (poetically). I'll be trying on new forms to see whether they fit my portliness at The Ultimate Poetry Challenge and posting them in:
Andy's Poetry Prompts 2019  (13+)
52 forms. What will they be?
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April 1, 2020 at 1:40am
April 1, 2020 at 1:40am


SPRING: 13 Baha 177 (1 April 2020)
O God! Refresh and gladden my spirit. Purify my heart.


Either too few or too many. Read blogs and commented. Wrote. Hope to finish a book today. Oh ... and I'm not into April Fool jokes ... like ever ...but especially not this year, not now.

*CloudSnow* WEATHER

*Snow3* 1°. midnight in Missoula
*Sun* -4°. 8 a.m. in Tromsø in far northern Norway.
*CloudGrey* 9°. in Fayetteville where my aunt lives.
*Rain* 14°. in Casablanca.

*Baretree* IMAGES

Snow mist sliding down the mountains this morning. Snow after noon. Shake-rattle-and-roll as my bed moved from the quake. One pink geranium in bloom.

*Chicken* POULTRY

"Unnamed boy in Memento Park" "April 1 prompt: historical object or theatrical prop

*Pig* PORK

One flash: "Star light, star bright (300 words).

*Reading* READING

Still reading "The Girl on the Boat" by a local writer, Danielle Lincoln Hanna.

*AsteriskBr* QUOTE

"She was an observer. She took in everything around her. The question was whether she ever let the things she knew back into the world again." Baron about Bailey.

*CoffeeO* MY LIFE

Ate bean bacon soup. Wrote. Will read. Talked to neighbors after the quake. (Yeah, see below.) Looked at Portuguese again. I need to review grammar and build vocabulary.


Hanging at home. Instant with milk and brown sugar. Hot or cold. Doesn't matter to me! I also mixed up some tamarind with moringa and I'm drinking that. Trying to stay hydrated.

*Shock* O PINIONS!

I revised some of my prompts for Elle from yesterday. Still working on them.


Headline: 'The floor was moving': 6.5 earthquake strikes in Idaho, largest in the state since 1983 Very strong tremors here in Missoula at 17:55. No damage that I know of but everyone felt it. This building was built in 1908 and the third floor definitely swayed.


Three of my comments today:

Sorji : Ideas either nag the hell outta me or they fly on by, waving, when I don't have a pen.

SB Musing : I can social distance ... at a price. I need connections.
I can physical distance ... at a price. I want hugs.

Virtual on-line connections help, but for me it's not the real deal.

You reminded me how much I disliked school, how much I didn't want to be home, how much I withdrew.

Miranda Keening : Among all the sadness there is joy. Me? Even when I'm depressed I see beauty ... faded beauty ... ephemeral beauty ... but, hey ... beauty none-the-less.

April 19, 2009: magnolia blooms in Montana


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