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Cross-Country - Part 3 of 7

I stole a girl’s dress. It was the worst thing I’d ever done—and the best!

Cross-Country, by Karin Bishop

Part 3

Chapter 6: The Check‑Up

Cross-Country - Part 2 of 7

I stole a girl’s dress. It was the worst thing I’d ever done—and the best!

Cross-Country, by Karin Bishop

Part 2

Chapter 3: The Shopping Trip

Cross-Country - Part 1 of 7

I stole a girl’s dress. It was the worst thing I’d ever done—and the best!

Cross-Country, by Karin Bishop

Part 1

Chapter 1: Discovered

The Wynter Lioness - Part 8

The Wynter Lioness
Part 8 (Chapter 7)

 

T 1 service

I have no idea what they did or could have done to your service, but Stardust seems to load a bit quicker now. It has always been one of the slowest to open on this antique, but it did seem to move around a bit faster today.

The Rebirth of the Phoenix (SRU)

 

Phoenix London was a woman abuser and needed to be taught a lesson, a lesson he'd never forget.

(Author’s note: This story was previously released on BigCloset but has been re-released here in total with a few very minor changes)

  The Rebirth of the Phoenix

©2010 – Foxxe Wilder

   

The Hem of His Garment

The Hem of His Garment

Based on  Math. 9:20-22, Mark 5:25-34, Luke 8:43-48

Twelve years. Twelve long, miserable years. And she was at the end of herself....

She could still vividly recall the first time she realized she was different.  She also remembered praying about it every day, trying everything she could think of to hide her “sin”.  She had feared the difficulty it would cause, and her father, who was a member of the Pharisee sect fulfilled her fears, and then some.  His reaction stung, even now.

Miracle of Science

It was humiliating. I mean bad enough that I should find myself made redundant after nearly thirty years of nearly continuous employment. Worse still that all the skills I’d built up in my various meanderings through the great career archipelago were considered insufficient or irrelevant to whatever challenge that latest pipsqueak, fresh out of college, prospective employer wanted me to face.

 

In a way it was my own fault. Most people I knew had chosen to stick with one career, had worked hard and had specialized. That was the thing these days, businesses didn’t want all-rounders anymore; they were only interested in applicants who had twenty years’ experience in advanced widget shuffling or whatever nonsense. My own life had seen me bounce from one career to another like a pinball caught between the bumpers.

 

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i was wondering if anyone could help me frame a story i have the idea in my head but i can seem to write it out, i don't know if it a aconfidence or intelligence problem on my part. well thank in advance for any help bu ti understand if you all don't feel upto trying, anyways great stories from everyone and thanks for making them avaible it makes it easier  when i can atleast imagine getting the change even though i know realistically it wuill probably never hapen.