She often dreamed longingly of the day when she and her beautiful rake would be accepted as they were.
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The blog is a ritual to stretch my creative muscles, massage my right brain, and hone my writing skills. I choose an interesting vintage photograph, then limit myself to 20 minutes to write the “story” of the photograph.
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