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Riddles on the Wind (8)

June 30th, 1975, England Libby paced restlessly as she waited for the plane to taxi up to the terminal. It was twenty minutes late, and it seemed an eternity. The tannoy system crackled overhead announcing the Pan Am flight’s arrival. As the airport staff began to open the doors from the customs area, Libby could… Continue reading Riddles on the Wind (8)

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Duct Tape

Lynne hollered for Quin. She was tired, and his preoccupation with something on the TV was driving her crazy. She wanted to just curl up, but dinner wouldn't cook itself. “Quin!” “Just a minute.” “Please, Quin. I'm tired and I just want a little help.” “Just a minute.” Lynne started chopping up onions, but it… Continue reading Duct Tape

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Riddles in the Wind (7)

Tilly stood there, her mouth open in surprise. She'd been expecting the mousy husband of a shifter who was due to give birth any day. Instead, she found Andre and standing near a huge truck, a group of men, that were thin, and worn. Shifters. Near the front of the truck, three Natives. “Oh Andre!”… Continue reading Riddles in the Wind (7)

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A Little Bit of an Explanation

I fell off the blog sphere. Big time. A while back, I mentioned that there had been another death to deal with. That was my ex. It made for a very tangled mess. Trying to sort out everything between our children, family, and legalities was crazy. Now to complicate matters, we discovered that my name… Continue reading A Little Bit of an Explanation

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Riddles on the Wind (5)

Please be patient. It's taking a while to get back into the rhythms of writing. The latest death in the extended family has taken it's toll. Just as we thought everything was settled down, life went to hell in that damned handbasket again. Hope you enjoy the latest installment...  Jeffreys took the men to the train… Continue reading Riddles on the Wind (5)