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  1. Need a laugh? Read on....

    So, my little man will be 3 in July and he is such a picky eater! The only thing he consistently will eat is pasta and hot dogs (trust me, I know it's not ideal). It's to the point we've taken to bribing him with his favorite snack. It has worked for Pot Roast and Pork Tenderloin (the two things we've tried it with).

    So tonight, I fix me a breakfast sandwich... two pieces of French toast, with extra egg, some ham, and a slice of cheese in between. I bribe him to try one bite, he does. I ask him if he wants more and he tells me no. I give him the rest of his snack because he at least tried it. Next thing I know, my little man walks over, takes the last 1/4th of my sandwich, says thank you, walks away and and eats it.

    Note to self: when bribing the kiddo, be prepared to have the rest of whatever I'm eating stolen! (At least he ate it though!)

    1. astone2292

      astone2292

      Momma Stone resorted to trickery with me. She told me meatloaf was a shaped hamburger (she wasn't exactly wrong), and a steak was a pork chop. When I babysat for my little cousin several years ago, I put chopped broccoli florets in the mashed potatoes. He was so distraught when I revealed my dastardly deed, but demanded more from his parents when he returned home. 

  2. If you have any questions, send me a message or you can always comment on the blog or in the forum thread! Roll Call: if you have an anthology entry, comment below! If you want, you can even share your story name and description to make your readers drool in anticipation! ~2021 Spring/Summer Anthology~ Now, let's take a look at the themes and guidelines for the first anthology of 2021! The themes of the 2021 Anthology #1 are: Top Theme #1: On the Road Top Theme #2: Forbidden Potluck Themes: But Wait; There’s M
  3. Never knew that allergies could cause a bubble of fluid on the eyes.... now I do. Learn something new every day!

  4. Happy Monday! Why is it happy? Because it's time to take a look at another review from our wonderful review team! Enjoy! Family by Dabeagle Reviewer: spikey582 Status: Complete Word Count: 51,241 I’ve read quite a bit of Dabeagle’s stories over the years, and for one reason or another this is one I’ve found myself revisiting more than once since he posted it in 2019. In Family we meet Brandon Crosby, a man with very little going on in his life. He works in an IT department for a company selling point-of-sale equipment. Other than occasional nights out with friends, h
  5. Please post your links for the "Forbidden" theme here.
  6. Please post your links for the "On The Road" theme here.
  7. Happy Easter everyone!

    Hubby's and kiddo's baskets are put together, time for me to go to bed!!!

  8. Hi y'all! Not who you were expecting this week, right? Unfortunately, @comicfan is having some issues getting the site to load, so he asked me to share this week's prompts with you! Happy Writing! Prompt 870- Creative Tag - Blessing The last year was not good to you. However, when you went to sleep last night and dreamed everything would slowly improve. As your dream was ending a little child walked up and handed you a lily and said you would be blessed. You wake up, turn on the news and find the whole world had the same dream. The only thing is you find the lily in your bed wh
  9. Coloring Easter eggs tomorrow with an almost 3 year old and an almost 4 year old... what could possibly go wrong....

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    2. Daddydavek

      Daddydavek

      Messy but fun!  My grandson had a great time coloring eggs yesterday and we only had to spend an extra 20 minutes on bathing him to remove color from just about everywhere....Somehow blue is the hardest to remove!

    3. CassieQ

      CassieQ

      Can confirm that blue is very hard to remove. 

    4. Renee Stevens

      Renee Stevens

      Lol... and if many mix together they're super hard to get out (learned that lesson last year!)

  10. Awesome!!! You can do however you'd like. Early isn't a bad thing, lol.
  11. First off, let me start by saying that the Anthology deadline of April 1st has been extended to May 31st!!!! Hopefully that will give everyone time to write something for the anthology. So, what does that mean for the mid-year anthology? Well, that deadline has now been extended to October 31st. Which leaves us with the Pre-2021 themes anthology. Sometimes we have to make some tough decisions, and it's become clear that the anthology participation has been declining for the past few years. We've tried a few things to try and gain people's interest in them, but none of them have rea
  12. Upcoming Anthology Due: April 1, 2021 (1 week remaining) Top Themes On the Road Forbidden Pot Luck Themes But Wait; There’s More - Through a Glass Darkly - Of Gods and Monsters - It Takes All Kinds - Darkness Falls Boys of the Hills - You Wouldn’t Understand - On the Beach - Great Balls of Fire - Laughter, the Best Medicine Ozark Rumors - The Tracks
  13. Well, it's time to see who our mystery author was for this month. Do you think you got it right? Well, let's take a look shall we? This month's mystery author was..... Carlos Hazday Did you get it right? Check out these stories from Carlos!
  14. As always, a huge thank you goes out to our review team. Without them, I don't know what you'd review on these featured story days! Broken - A Camp Refuge Story by Wayne Gray Reviewer: Parker Owens Status: Complete Word Count: 38,510 Broken is the fourth story in Wayne Gray’s Camp Refuge series. The story revolves around Lee, a young man with a horrific past and who has drawn the interest of the police. Camp Refuge is the last stop, the last chance, before getting swallowed up by the legal system. There are many stories about men like Lee, stories which tell of those
  15. Upcoming Anthology Due: April 1, 2021 (2 weeks remaining) Top Themes On the Road Forbidden Pot Luck Themes But Wait; There’s More - Through a Glass Darkly - Of Gods and Monsters - It Takes All Kinds - Darkness Falls Boys of the Hills - You Wouldn’t Understand - On the Beach - Great Balls of Fire - Laughter, the Best Medicine Ozark Rumors - The Tracks
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