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Week Thirty-one: Amanda Kasper

Write about anything i’ve learned that things change, people change, and it doesn’t mean you forget the past or try to cover it up. it simply means that you move on and treasure the memories.  ..lisa brooks.. I remember… The first week of January, I did something that for me, was epic. I opened the door … Continue reading

Week Thirty-one: Kathy Benson

  Write about anything. Recently a friend was sharing a story about her life and family. She mentioned that when she was younger she never imagined getting married and having kids, let alone four of them. At some point she said that she figures its “what God wanted” for her and that is how she … Continue reading

Week Thirty-one: Peter Combs

Write about anything 4A.M. I’m wide awake. In the corner of my room a soft green glow indicates that my laptop has finished charging. Internally, the debate to lie in bed and stare at the ceiling or give in and get up has been teetering back and forth within my mind; one possibility not outweighing … Continue reading

Week Thirty-one: Brian B. Baker

Write about anything The Stream There’s a stream in the woods where I grew up. On one side of the stream, where I always was, stood the road and the rest of civilization. On the other side stood the wilderness and a lot of things that scared me. Being away from my family, doing something … Continue reading

Week Thirty-one: Bridget Scoville

Write about anything My science-minded brain loves weather. I could listen to The Weather Channel in the background for hours. In fact, I am while writing today! Over the next 12 hours, our forecast shows rain, freezing rain, sleet, and/or snow. It all depends on the amount of hot air sitting on top of cold … Continue reading