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steer

one day I went out in the freezing cold and got in my car cause I got hungry and needed to eat so I got in my car and drove to chikfila and got some food there and I had to steer my car to got into the driveway because the roads were so icy outside cause it snowed very heavily then it rained the next day so now its all ice so I have to be careful or else I will either crash into somebody or go flying down the roads and get hurt so then I went back home and ate my food and watched some tv.

» Posted By taylor On 11.26.2018 @ 5:51 am

motel

A motel is a cheap alternative to a hotel. Some motels are usually three stars and I don’t like to use them. Some motels can be very old and run down. There is a motel in the movie “psycho” where a man kills a girl. You should be carefuly when you use a motel.

» Posted By Taylor On 11.07.2018 @ 9:58 pm

hillside

the students gathered on the hillside to look at the sunset as it disappeared along the coast-line. They pondered on how such a beautiful sight can be a natural accouring thing.

» Posted By taylor On 09.12.2018 @ 8:31 pm

ignorant

She had been ignorant of the way things would be. She thought that people were generally good and trustworthy, even if they made mistakes. Maybe that was still true of most people, but clearly her teammates weren’t in that camp. They were in it to win that trophy, no matter who they stepped on in the process.

» Posted By Taylor On 12.02.2017 @ 6:33 am

streak

It was the blond streak in his otherwise dark brown hair that made Jane look twice. He was an engineer, she knew, but other than some vague twitterings over the punch bowl that she had over heard – a gossiping clutch of bird-like women – she really didn’t know much about him. But that blond streak made her want to reach out and touch his hair.

» Posted By Taylor On 11.29.2017 @ 6:25 am

thieves

It’s the time of year for thieves oil, but since I’ve never used it I don’t really know what that means. It sounds lovely, a spicy blend of germ killing delights. Maybe this is the year to get some. Maybe a little extra spice in my life is just what I need, not for germs as much as for beating the doldrums.

» Posted By Taylor On 11.16.2017 @ 6:52 am

refugee

We see a new crisis, a new ethnic cleansing almost every other month now. The world seems to be attempting to consume itself in fury. In the future, if there is one, what will we see when we look back on this time? What will history tell us about ourselves? I don’t think we will be able to hold our heads up with pride.

» Posted By Taylor On 11.15.2017 @ 6:38 am

vet

It’s a vet trip. Just an ordinary visit to the veterinarian. I told myself this over and over, my tail still lashing. No one likes a vet trip, but the very idea of being poked and prodded by the vet – especially the indignity of the taking of my temperature! Well, it never sat well with me.

» Posted By Taylor On 11.14.2017 @ 6:46 am

agent

He was my version of My-Secret-Agent-Lover Man. Like from the Francesca Lia Block books with Weeztie Bat that I read when I was in my teens. Of course, his name was Leonard and he was an accountant, but other than that he was exactly what I was looking for. My-Secret-Agent-Lover Man is a silly name anyway.

» Posted By Taylor On 11.12.2017 @ 6:40 am

supposed

I had supposed that the elevator shaft would lead straight down. And I was right for a while. But then is suddenly slanted off to the right and I found myself on an entirely new path. I called up to Eloise to follow me down…that not everything on this adventure was as it might seem.

» Posted By Taylor On 11.11.2017 @ 7:00 am

instant

It’s instant coffee that is the problem. The cultural inability or willingness to wait for the full brew of freshly roasted beans… The grinding, pouring, blooming, brown and rich glory of coffee making isn’t a thing we should have ever let the instant industry get their hands on.

» Posted By Taylor On 11.10.2017 @ 6:59 am

cloudy

I was the first cool, cloudy day of the fall. There had been a few partly cloudy days and a spatter of rain, but this was the first day she could properly pull out her favorite sweater and really, deeply, enjoy that cup of hot chai. She waited all summer for this day.

» Posted By Taylor On 11.09.2017 @ 6:35 am

tedious

A head cold is the most tedious of illnesses. Not really sick enough to justify a day in bed with Netflix, but too sick to feel at all competent about the daily tasks. It is a horrible place to be. Neither sick nor well. Just yuck.

» Posted By Taylor On 11.08.2017 @ 6:34 am

gameplan

I need a new gameplan. One that doesn’t cause me to stress out about this set of hook and eyes or that tutu. I need to have some space from the ever-changing, mercurial whims of this mad director and her inability to communicate with more than 2 day notice. I’m done here.

» Posted By Taylor On 11.07.2017 @ 7:13 am

league

We are in league, but the lines are long and we aren’t sure where we might end up. We all have similar goals: better days, easier lives, more time in the sun and less in the shadows of fear and discomfort. Your goals are my goals. We just have very different ways of defining that.

» Posted By Taylor On 11.06.2017 @ 6:16 am

cellular

We used to call them cellular phones, to distinguish them from our home phones. Then mobile phones. But now, as the landline slowly atrophies, they are just phones: our outsourced brains and constant companions. The days I don’t have my phone slam this home in my consciousness.

» Posted By Taylor On 11.05.2017 @ 6:23 am

projector

Slide projectors, the transparency projectors, and now digital image projectors that function seemingly by thought alone. How far we have come in our ability to take our ideas and our visions and put them large scale where we can share them with anyone.

» Posted By Taylor On 11.04.2017 @ 7:31 am

cheerleader

I didn’t want to be a cheerleader, except for the allure of those pom-poms. There was something about them that compelled me to try out for the cheer team. The ruffle and sparkle and swish of them was too compelling.

» Posted By Taylor On 11.03.2017 @ 7:14 am

mop

Mopping is a satisfying kind of cleaning. The kind that you can see that you have made a Difference, especially if you have small children and do not mop often. This kind of action makes me feel tidy inside and out.

» Posted By Taylor On 11.02.2017 @ 7:48 am

bucket

She grabbed a tin cup and headed down to the well, tears streaming down her cheeks. A cool cup of water would calm her nerves. At the well, instead of the usual wooden bucket, there was a bucket craved from a solid piece of crystal…

» Posted By Taylor On 11.01.2017 @ 7:00 am

broom

The broom seemed innocent enough. Just a standard kitchen broom with yellow bristles, hanging there on the broom hook, next to the washer and dryer. But if its secrets could be shared, you would see amazing, otherworldly, magical things. Things you might never believe.

» Posted By Taylor On 10.31.2017 @ 6:36 am

welfare

people should get drug tested if they wanna be on welfare. they should have jobs and be monitored on what they spend.

» Posted By taylor On 10.16.2017 @ 7:05 pm

clash

The colors are all wrong. They clash against one another. A bright green does not bode well with such a dull orange. She feels sick to her stomach, watching the colors so intently she swears that they’re moving as she watches. She knows they cannot move as the man donning them is no longer moving, his body has not moved since she’s been tossed into this room.

» Posted By Taylor On 10.14.2017 @ 8:32 pm

traditional

It’s easy to get caught up in the traditional way of doing things.

Of business, goals, strategy.

But the world is changing, and doing so rapidly.

Traditional is no longer sufficient.

Traditional will cause you to be left behind in the wake of those who break boundaries.

It is time for a new era.

» Posted By Taylor On 08.14.2017 @ 4:51 am

beware

i love animals more than anything, they can be cute and sweet but they can also be dangeruos. in life animals are not used to seeing human beings, nor are they used to being priveldged with safety like we are. they have to fight for themselves and that means against anything they feel threatended by.

» Posted By Taylor On 07.09.2017 @ 6:49 pm

lens

my lenses were always relective..i dind’t like people to see my eyes. but i wanted them to know that i saw them. i have a theory thst sunglass lenses absorb energy and memkoeires of when they are worn. kind of like magic. i wish

» Posted By taylor On 04.21.2017 @ 4:24 am

bottle

bottles are everywhere you look. store, gas stations in a hand of a running man. they are in your bedroom after you get done and under the bed where people have kicked them they are in the cars of family from after games.

» Posted By taylor On 08.25.2016 @ 9:42 am

forest

The trees are the greenest as they could ever be. Their shining in the moonlight and once again in the sun. You hear the beautiful birds singing.

» Posted By Taylor On 11.02.2015 @ 9:01 am

reserve

She was calm. More reserved than she should have been in her situation. If it was me I would be in the middle of a panic attack, but she just wrote a check with a steady hand and left. She had an air of confidence about her and suddenly I wished that I was her.

» Posted By Taylor On 10.11.2015 @ 7:22 pm

genetic

My genetics were of value to him- more of an obsession really. Half of him, half of the woman he so desperately loved and who wanted nothing to do with him. They were so important that he had to make copies-four of them. They looked like me, but they weren’t exact. Each one had a slight difference that made them slightly defective in his eyes. A too long nose, too dark eyes, a birthmark. They weren’t perfect, but they would do until he had the original. And now he did.

» Posted By Taylor On 10.02.2015 @ 3:56 am

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