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- The first part of my memoir is now complete.
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- 9 year anniversary on WordPress – this was my first site
- Well I kind of hit the wall when it comes to posting everything to 3 blogs – all creative writing is now on www.tessadeanauthor.com
- Colleen’s 2020 Weekly Poetry Challenge #181 6/10/2020 #Haiku
- New Author’s Blog – tessadeanauthor.com
- The Blue Bird of Happiness – (non-fiction story)
- Thursday photo prompt: Veiled #writephoto
- Midnight Hours – a poem
- I am adopting a pen name for my writing.
- A Mother’s Love – Poem
- Fathers and Daughters…Non-fiction
- Kicked out of Class (non-fiction)
- Added Chapters to my book (Government Property – a Memoir of a Military Wife)
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Category Archives: photo a week
A Life-Saver Written by Tessa Smeigh copyright November 2015 “Heave-ho,” yelled Joe the head of the “Floating Joe’s.” Joe was in charge of a group of rafts. They were practicing for a race against another group in a few days. … Continue reading
A Photo a Week Challenge: Sleeping Beauty _______________________________________________________________ Rules: I love sleeping. I love being asleep. When the alarm goes off in the morning, I’m a little too likely to snooze one or two times beyond what I … Continue reading
(Extra)ordinary Mundane and meaningful objects. Beautiful everyday things. This week, surprise us with something or someone (extra)ordinary. _____________________________________________ I find this picture extraordinary because that nasty black cloud did not produce a single rain drop, yet it increased my anxiety … Continue reading
Boundaries This week, let’s explore the creative potential of limits, borders, and dividers of all types. ___________________________________________
My dad had a bench in a new park made to memorialize my mother’s death. What a loving memory. Tessa