Saturday, April 7, 2012

Garage - A to Z Blog Hop

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My theme is 10x10.
A maximum of ten sentences, a minimum of 100 words.

“No, no, no! Not today,” Jess beat her head against the steering wheel wondering if the day could get any worse. Bed head hair, broken nail, coffee down the front of her blouse, button popped off the second blouse and a broken heel on her shoe.
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"A to Z in 10 x 10".
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22 comments:

  1. I came by here earlier and couldn't find the comment button. :) LOVED this post! Amazing how those little people can light up our worlds and change our perspective!

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  2. Glad you enjoyed it...I spent 3 hours changing my template, moving things around, deleting, changing, adding things, moving to a stock template and still couldn't add a comment. Grrrr...

    Finally I deleted and post and re-entered it, voila! Comments came back. Phew!

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  3. I hope I will be able to write like this when I am 65 :-)

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  4. Welcome back, Cotter... er, Comments.

    Glad you fixed the comments. Glad it wasn't just me that couldn't find them. Good job (as usual)!

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  5. Oh, that is just so sweet. Love it when a plan comes together and the black cloud lifts.

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  6. Good story, nice length for blog hoppers, and a challenge for you. I'm trying to visit all the A-Z Challenge Blogs this month.

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  7. I enjoyed the story, nice work.

    now following,
    mood
    Moody Writing

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  8. Awwww, you're too sweet!! Thank you.

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  9. It was really frustrating but now I get to use the stock Blogger reply feature, since I'm on a newer template. ;-)

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  10. Thanks, see, not everything I write is dark. [giggle]

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  11. Oh my goodness,I know I won't get to visit everyone but I visit anyone who comments and follow the majority of those. I also try to pick up one or two new ones daily.

    Part of my theme was picked based upon an early tip to keep the blog short. Factor in my new-found love of flash fiction, perfect!

    Thanks for stopping by and thanks for commenting!

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  12. Thanks so much for stopping by and following. I just added your blog to my list to follow as well. Gotta love this A to Z thing... ;-)

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  13. I love how you created your theme and the entry today... priceless. How many times has the sight of my children totally changed my outlook?

    Today I simply meditated on my child's face and it shifted my attitude 1,00%!

    Julie Jordan Scott
    twitter: @juliejordanscot
    G is for Gabriela Mistral
    Fellow A to Z Challenge Writer

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  14. Loved this. And you now have 54 followers. :) Lynn from Good Things Happened.

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  15. Thanks, Julie. It's amazing the amount of inspiration that can come from a word and a simple photograph. Appreciate your stopping by!

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  16. Thanks so much, Lynn. Hope you enjoy tomorrow's post - I think it will resonate with many of us.

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  17. Very charming. WIth the build up I was preparing for something worse, and you handed me a smile.

    Thank you. Good writing!

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  18. Always glad to be able to pass on a smile. Thanks, glad you enjoyed it.

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  19. Aww! I love this! Always so nice toh ave something brighten a gloomy day! :)

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  20. Liked it Donna. Lovely writing. I need to practice longer sentences..
    Lynne @lynneinPborough

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  21. Thanks Leigh...re-reading it today, I found several things I'd edit but oh well. LOL!

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  22. It's a challenge and I'm still working at it...finding things I'd change as I re-read my entries. Never perfect...LOL!

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