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Writerly Things…4/15/18

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Writerly Things…4/15/18

Traci Kenworth

 

Spring continues to bloom, though there is a forecast of snow and sleet for tomorrow. It’s the tip of the winter storm headed up toward Canada, I hear. I see my azalea bush poking through the ground. Daffodils multiply on the hillside and various places through the lawn. I have the leaves of one tulip, not sure if that will develop or not. The crocuses are slowly fading though. My poppy leaves are shooting through the ground as well. There’s yard work to be done but it’s still snowing, raining. The neighbor’s mowed their lawn already though from what I hear if it snows, it’ll kill their grass.

On the writing front, I’ve been doing a lot of research into different creatures of myth and gods and goddesses. Oh, and demons. All this will come together in the end, meanwhile, I just got the…

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