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26 Days Of Alliteration- L Is For Longevity- Day 12 #26DaysofAlliteration


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Live and love life, laugh; longevity.

Pamela E. Hester ©2018

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Reblog: Writing Challenge (Day 4) Ten Facts To Know About Me


A blast from the past! 😊 Here’s ten little facts about the type of person I am that I could safely say, back in 2015 when I participated in a 30-day writing challenge. I’m thinking about reposting some posts, since I’m going to be super busy. I’m starting a new job next week. Yay!
Hope everyone is doing well! Take care. ❤

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Here’s Day 4 of this writing challenge. I have to admit I was a bit shaken up, but yet again, I’m to expose myself. No fear. Taking on this challenge seems similar to what I’ve recently done here on WordPress.

On with the show.

Ten Facts About Me:

  1. I had always wanted to be a ballerina. Ballet has always been my go-to choice since age four. I would stand on my tippy toes and twirled around; without ballet shoes I might add. My parents didn’t have money to pay for lessons, yet, that didn’t stopped me. I trained myself by watching ballet on television. I’ve put together my own tutu from scraps on my very first sewing machine I received for Christmas at age 10. I never did became a ballerina like I wanted. 
  2. I love horror movies. Yeah, I do. I was once called creepy because of my crazed love for horror. I will choose it over romance…

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Three-Day Opening Sentence Challenge (Day 3)


Lastly, Day 3 of opening sentence fiction story challenge. Sometimes starting a sentence can be a difficult thing, but you have to keep working at it. Has anyone ever had this problem before?


Kevin watches in awe as his beloved ambles toward him with love in his eyes; he has waited this day since they were high school sweethearts.

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Pamela E. Hester ©2017

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Three-Day Opening Sentence Challenge (Day 2)


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Day 2 opening line challenge.


She rolls over, diverting her eyes about the room, and wonder how the heck she got here; she had only asked the guy for directions last night.

Pamela E. Hester ©2017

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Three-Day Opening Sentence Challenge (Day 1)


For three days, I am doing a three-day opening sentence story challenge. I want to see how well I can do with opening lines. (Recently, it has been a struggle with other works.) I will pick a picture, any picture, and come up with one sentence to go along with what’s happening in the picture. It’s been…um, fun. 😊

In the near future, I may write a short story to further the story.

How are your stories coming along?

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Jacob drove home astounded at what had recently taken place at work as he pondered his challenging agenda for tomorrow; he was ill-prepared.

 

Pamela E. Hester ©2017