LONGLEAF STORIES

full circle in the hundred acre wood

Buck, Maggie & I are out collecting lots of words and pictures. Due to technical difficulties, however, when they will appear in this space is uncertain!

Mountain elves are working on a solution. . .but not so hard it gets in the way of living.

Thanks, everyone, for your comments.

 

Back soon.

0 thoughts on “Test Pattern

  1. Darlene says:

    Congratulations on winning the best story award on Time Goes By. Your award was well deserved as it was a great story.

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  2. fletch says:

    I’ve found peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to be satisfactory payment to the mountain elves and seems to motivate them to be more efficient. Whatever you do, don’t offer them a Powerbar. It could get violent. I documented this behavior on one of my blogs a while back.

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  3. Uh oh. . . . so THAT’S what did it. . .

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  4. clairz says:

    Congratulations on winning the Storytelling Excellence Award for September. Your story will stay with me for a long, long time.

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