543 Day Writing Journey

Superpowers. Day 134.

Poor Gisele. Her belly isn’t happy with their new food.

Whether you want the ability to fly, perform telekinesis, or to make yourself invisible (creepy one), we’ve all answered the question: “What superpower would you want to have?”

Baylee said he’d like to be able to fly, which I get. I don’t generally like flying, but if I had control of it, I think it would be swag.

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543 Day Writing Journey

Like a Nail in the Head. Day 92.

Our search for a new canine family member came to an end quickly. Of course, Baylee was on it like sweetness on a honeycrisp apple, but the discovery was actually made by me and by accident on social media.

While scrolling through my Facebook feed the day after I wrote that post, I saw a female shepherd on a local rescue site. She reminded me of my David. They both show their energy in their eyes, and she was six months old so the potty training and chewing up stuff would almost be over for her, so I filled out an application.

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543 Day Writing Journey

Day Twenty-Four

Me and Gisele

“Let me see that tiny one,” I said. The small black puppies were in the back of a rusty farm pickup truck, parked at the exit of our local flea market in Jacksonville, NC with a sign that read Free Puppies. I picked her up and held her silky little body to the side of my neck. I had no intentions of taking her home until someone else showed interest. She was the size of a can of Campbells soup.

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