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#400

Originally posted on The Sophomore Slump:
Hi! My name is Rommel. You are viewing The Sophomore Slump, and this is my 400th post. Followers and alike, I hope you enjoy… ? May I borrow your precious time as it took…

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Music – People, instruments, sheet music, audio devices

Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Music – People, instruments, sheet music, audio devices In my previous post, Adhika at Lo and Behold had commented that if I’m going to show S’s face partially, maybe a 16:9 aspect ratio might be … Continue reading

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Happy 2015!

I wanted to wish you a Happy New Year on the New Year’s Day, but after I wrote the title “Happy New Year”, I wasn’t sure that I really knew what “happiness” was. Quite a while ago, Chris asked us … Continue reading

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Learning Photographing… Thoughts/Questions

When I signed up for Writing-101, I committed to blog every day. Writing-101 posts a writing assignment each weekday in June, but no weekend assignments. I’ve thought about skipping blogging for weekends, but decided to give it a try first. … Continue reading

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Thinking Back – The girl who claimed to be my husband’s mistress

(Writing 101, Day One: Unlock the Mind) This is the first day of my Writing 101 class. We are supposed to free write 20 minutes. Since I just started this “Thinking Back” project, I decided to continue in that route. … Continue reading

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HHC Blog

Harty started this! He posted “Coffee Break” saying he has been trying to revamp his blog. So I started thinking… yes, again. Like I said before, I had been blogging often probably 10 years ago. At that time, I would … Continue reading

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WordPress’ daily prompt: Break the Silence

One Broken Soul Soldiers Field was packed with people, but I noticed him right away. He pushed his bike walking slowly toward where our local memorial service would be. He looked different. He looked like a broken man. I wondered … Continue reading

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