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Midge Raymond
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Weekly Writing: Winter

With each new season, everything shifts: We get out our happy lamps or our flip-flops; we plan our vacations or head back to school. Each season has significance, though we don’t often stop to ponder it.

Today, write about winter — what you feel about it, how much you love/hate it, how it temporarily alters your life. (Fiction writers: Feel free to apply this one to any one of your characters.)



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1 comment

1 Lori Greenstone { 12.30.11 at 9:54 am }

so timely. I’m turning on my happy lamp now and popping some Vit D, this first full winter outside of SoCal in the PNW… I came to write but need some help staying on track. I’m finding it here- thanks

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