posted by Sunday Scribblings at 12:47 PM
Well. That was handy ;)
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Of course I have nothing to confess myself(!) but I've told a story about some less moral people!!!
Time to put my hands up!
LOL! It was funny thinking about what to confess... I really had to rack my brain for this one..
Okay, I just so happen to participate in weekly confession already so I posted my link for this week's.I'd like to invite you all to share a little lov'n with us for Little Lov'n Monday. Support fellow bloggers and a chance to win a free book.
Suppose I got a bit serious about this prompt, but it's one of those words...
Confessions? I have many. Oh, so many. :)
No personal confessions - just a story. I told personal stuff last time so I wanted to play this time :)
Please forgive me Father...I just couldn't do it.
i wrote a poem about my first confessional (as a Catholic)
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I took the "Shout it Out" approach to this week's topic. :)
Reworked my first attempt at a Fiction in 58, which I penned two years ago. http://thomg.blogspot.com/2009/05/sunday-scribblings-confess.htmlAnyone who would like another writing challenge is welcome over at Three Word Wednesday. http://threewordwednesday.wordpress.com/
It seems like these things always seem to get out, somehow...
Camera on the go....really! Pictures taken from the car, while it is going 75 mph. WOW! Senior Lifestyle http://orencostation.blogspot.com/2009/05/hoover-dam-bypass-project-confession-of.htmlb
Where'd you get these beer mugs, Mitchell?
This is a villanelle that I wrote for class.
I must confess I procrastinated a bit, but mine is finally up. I tried my hand at haiku writing this week.Secret Sins
Had to rack my brain, but it's short and sweet. Perfect since I'm on my way to bed.. :)
I confess that part of this story is true ; )A bay girl’s blues
I confess that mine is pretty long. I was working on a creative non-fiction piece and was unsure about publishing it on my blog, but this week's theme inspired me to go ahead and post it: I Would Prefer Not ToThe title is taken from Bartleby the Scrivener, a short story by Melville that I would prefer not to have to write another paper on.
Hi, I am unable to see the links on the main page. Is there a problem? I cannot post my link.
Too many to list!
Two true ones to confess :)
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Didn't mean to get preachy, well maybe I did. Couldn't help myself...
oops I meant on my second post LOLhttp://www.delenemartin.com/?p=817
I just linked....I'm a new writer (well at least publicly, LOL) so go easy on me! But please DO let me know what is working and what isn't. I'm sure I have a lot to learn!http://pennybs.blogspot.com/2009/05/sunday-scribblings-161-confession.html
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