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The Gift of the Magi – Georgiann Carlson — Brave & Reckless

  “You’re kidding,” said Mary. “Company? I just had a baby! How did they even find us?” “I’m not sure but I can’t just turn them away,” said Joe. “I think they brought gifts for the baby and they’ve been … Continue reading

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Christmas time makes people do funny things…sometimes.

“So, your name is Noel?” “That’s what I said.” “It’s French, Noel, meaning Christmas Season, so you’re actually the Christmas Season, all year long.” “Wow,” she said. “I never heard that one before.  Thanks.  I never met anyone like you … Continue reading

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A Christmas Story…

She put the last ornament on the tree, then stood back and stared at it.  “Beautiful,” she said, to the tree.  “You look just…beautiful.” She made herself a mug of dark hot chocolate, grabbed a couple of cookies, and turned … Continue reading

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Everything, Everything – Georgiann Carlson — Brave & Reckless

I always wanted everything everything there was even Freddie Mercury wanted it all and he wanted it NOW there’s no reason not to have it all no reason not to have everything that’s a mistake most people make they don’t … Continue reading

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The Museum of Intangible Things – Georgiann Carlson — Brave & Reckless

the Museum of Intangible Things isn’t for everyone you have to be able to see farther than you usually do be able to look past what you can see with the eyes you already have if you can’t do that … Continue reading

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Confessions of a newborn…

I swore I’d never come back to this place.  I promised myself not to do this but here I am AGAIN.  Can’t talk, walk, or even get to the bathroom.  I know how to do ALL of those things, having … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Miller…Witch

Elizabeth Miller was an important American witch, during the early 1800s.  Intelligent and strong, she served those who came to her for help, healing them, as well as their animals.  When times were hard, she was often given food, as … Continue reading

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