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Getting bloggy with it: a post about my recent shortlisted story on Mash Stories. 
Mash Stories is a brilliant new on-line community for writers with a seasonal prompt-based contest. Contestants must write a story under 500 words using three randomly chosen words.  It started up ...
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My flash piece is short-listed over at MashStories and up for a vote. We had to write a 500-word story using the words "relativity", "cathedral", and "monkey". 
If you have a few extra minutes, head on over and vote--not necessarily for mine.
http://mashstories.com/shortlist/upside-sideways/
Dina has always known about the sideways world. The squawks of parrots chase her to sleep, and some nights, the sideways archway materializes to spill papaya light up the wall of their alpine home.
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Also, if anyone is feeling creative and flash-y, the contest is still open for another nine days.
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Dedicating this year's NaNo novel to the 5-month-old squidlet as she pretty much has the final say in how much time goes into it. #babyisthebossofme
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Spent the Equinox on wheels: 65km through Inuyama to Nagoya. Every last stream was typhoon-turgid.
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I'm a flight and a Shanghai layover away from Thailand.
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One of my stories made it to the shortlist on Mash Stories. The challenge was to create a 500-word story using the words relativity, cathedral and monkey.  Mine is one of a couple spec-fic pieces. 
Voting continues through July and you can vote for as many stories as you like.  Right now, we're all getting decimated by a mommy blogger with killer networking skills (and a decent straight-fic story). 
Dina has always known about the sideways world. The squawks of parrots chase her to sleep, and some nights, the sideways archway materializes to spill papaya light up the wall of their alpine home.
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A portion of the loan helped a member to purchase beans to sell in her food stall
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Okay, I had to do a ton of research before I could even begin to critique my students' group presentation: how f/1 noise helps in the reduction of stress.
These are low-intermediate ESL learners.
They so totally rock.
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Wow, I really, really don't feel like revising today.
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Well, this place doesn't look too bad.
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They're still putting in the carpeting, sorry
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If you're used to pools around Vancouver, be prepared to pay a extra. To use the pool, an adult pays nearly $6, and babies are not free ($1). On top of that, the lockers do NOT give you your quarter back unlike at the pools elsewhere. On the up side, the daily pass gives you access to both the pool and the weight room, but if you're only using the pool, it's not a very good deal. What you're paying for seems to be the atmosphere. The pools are in a beautiful, airy complex with one wall completely glass. The wide wading entry into the leisure pool is great for toddlers, but a little on the cool side for babies. Since I have to bus/drive anyway, I think we'll be heading back to Hillcrest where there are more features to the (warmer) leisure pool and it's less than half the price.
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