Writing Is Painful, But Rewarding

Writing is easy. Just sit in front of a typewriter, open up a vein and bleed it out drop by drop. Red Smith (or, if you argue Ernest Hemingway or Paul Gallico, here’s some interesting reading) Point: Writing is dang hard! It hurts. Not physically, of course. I don’t feel like someone is literally hitting […]

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Writing Prompt: Dragonfly

Today’s writing prompt is all about dragonflies. Or is it? It’s in the title. Why wouldn’t it be? Well, maybe it just starts with a dragonfly. Do you know what dragonflies symbolize? Do you like dragonflies? Do you dream about dragonflies? Why am I procrastinating? Get on with the story, Sara!

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Typical Comte, Ep. 3: Writing

I know what you’re thinking: Are you giving up on that couples video thing yet? Haha. No! 🙂 Today, I bring you a new-ish episode of Typical Comte. It’s new because you haven’t seen it before. It’s -ish because we filmed this back in February. Don’t worry. We’ll catch up. Or will we? You’ll just […]

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The Story of Milky-White the Cow, Part 3

I know, I know, it’s been a year since part 2. What makes me think I can finish the story now? Well, it has to be finished. Enough said. 🙂 As we left off, Milky-White was happy, Leonard was happy, Leonard’s family was happy, and all the people who had bought Leonard’s Miracle Milk were […]

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New Sara, New Blog

I’ve debated over the last, oh, I don’t even know how long it’s been, a month? Two months? Not sure, who cares… Now that that sentence is ruined… I have debated, with myself, because I’m really good at arguing with myself, about how to start this post, and this video (see below). The last two […]

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The Story of Milky-White the Cow, Part 2

Aw. I see you are back for more. You want to know what more there could be to the story of Milky-White and Leonard’s family. Well, okay, I’ll tell you. Milky-White was happy indeed. She was with people who treated her well and knew what she needed. And Leonard and his family were happiest of […]

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