Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Sky…er…Grill is Falling

A crazy thing happened as I was leaving for work this afternoon. As I backed out of the garage and turned, I heard a scraping sound. After uttering a choice expletive, I got out of the car and looked at the damage. The front grill of my car had partially fallen off. Part of it was […]

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Pounding this Fortress-like Pavement

I catapulted myself head long into official job search mode this weekend. Ideally, I want to obtain another part time job until the obligatory six month window elapses before I can apply for a full time job at the public library. I enjoy working there, but my current level of compensation doesn’t adequately help the […]

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Poem: Course Correction 3975

Course Correction 3975 by Myesha D. Jenkins ©   How do you know when the course is not correct?   Buckets of tears Absence of means No ding ding dings?   Regardless of the signs or lack thereof You know you know When it sits in your gut When it plops you in a rut.   […]

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Take Several Seats

“Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the earth.” Matthew 5:5 I was chatting with a friend about her decision to quit a temporary job at a call center. Her spirit couldn’t take the monitoring and other policies that would, in effect, force her to be an automaton. As is our custom, we began […]

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Back in the Sandbox

I am happily back in my sandbox. This sandbox is the place where my imagination took flight almost two years ago when I began writing Scandal fanfiction with the moniker, Butterflypages. Before I stopped, I had written over 9 stories and one for Sleepy Hollow. I took them all down to the consternation of my […]

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