22 thoughts on “Today’s Tiny Tale: Forget the Story

  1. Less talk, more rock, huh?

    You write beautifully of love, Mia, but maybe “they” decided it’s time to show you what you’ve described lyrically for so long now. You’ve fleshed it out in breathtaking detail. Now the curtain rises, perhaps?

    By the way, the site won’t let me “Like” what you’ve written. That part’s stuck on “Loading…” while everything else populates nearly at once. Who knows how many other “Likes” wait on hold?.

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    1. Absolutely! Stories seem wonderful to the outsider but not so much to the ones going through it, especially if it is a tragedy. So it’s just fair that we read about the epics but only live the silly happy ones. ๐Ÿ˜Š

      Thank you so much for your support, Keith! ๐Ÿ™‚
      Don’t worry about the “like.” A comment is more important to me than a like. It shows that you put in some time for my work. Yes sometimes, WordPress does get stuck. Try after a day or two by freshly logging in to your account and I think you should be able to press all the buttons you want to. If still not, let me know.

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