Monthly Archives: June 2020

Journal Entry # 189 – The Outside Will Always Heal What’s Inside

This morning I took a walk, a deep breath of fresh salty air, and welcomed the gentle pouring rain. Now, I’m alive again. – Ash

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Bike Writer # 49 – Life, Take it in…All of it!

As you walk and eat and travel, be where you are. Otherwise you will miss most of your life. – Buddha

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Bike Writer # 48 – Keep Pushing Yourself To Be Your Best Self!

Either you reach a higher point today, or you exercise your strength in order to be able to climb higher tomorrow. – Friedrich Nietzsche

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Journal Entry # 188 – It Comes In Trees

Whenever you are creating beauty around you, you are restoring your own soul. – Alice Walker

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Unfather’s Day

Today, I don’t want to exist.Tomorrow is fine, but not today.Today, I don’t deserve anything. I hate the happiness, I hate the gift ideas.I hate the attempts to cheer me up from friends and family.I hate cards, I hate phone calls, I hate the internet.I hate robbing my stepfather from his day, I’m so damn […]

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Story Jot # 3 – Dark Twins

Yeah, that’s right, you heard me. There are two of them. Identical, except one of girls has a wound over her left collarbone, she’s been shot and now on foot. If we find and contain her first, we’ll have a better chance of drawing out the stronger one. She won’t risk another fight, her sister’s […]

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Journal Entry # 187 – It’s Hard When The Scars Still Remind Me

To heal a wound you must stop scratching it. – Paulo Coelho

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Story Jots # 2 – A Million Problems

Listen, it’s not safe for us to be here like this, but I needed to make sure you’ll look after her for me. Like you promised. You have to. All of a sudden, I’m a millionaire, and if the wrong person finds out, I’m dead.

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Journal Entry # 186 – Park Yourself Outside

I like this place and could willingly waste my time in it. – William Shakespeare

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Journal Entry # 185 – Enough Fiddling, Time To Chase My Dream

It’s never too late to be what you might have been. – George Eliot

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