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  • Thanks Joyce. It’s a crazy world out there right now – take care in it.

  • Adam commented on the post, Emily by Adam 3 months, 1 week ago

    Thanks Joyce – glad this rendering of it resonated for you. Thanks for reading.

  • Adam commented on the post, Emily by Adam 3 months, 1 week ago

    Thanks Martin, Hope you are still writing up a storm. I’ve barely put pen to paper this week but ready to get back on the horse again from today 🙂 Take care.

  • Nice wrap Christy (and sorry for the belated read – life has just been crazy here). It certainly was a great support (and great source of angst at times too). Even today going back and trying to catch up with some missed reading – there was some truly amazing writing still flowing freely right to the end. Well done and keep on writing up a storm. A

  • I reckon most men have that couldabeenchampion story. I hope the knee has improved with age. Masters gold medallist? Never too late for a ‘goal’. Thanks for sharing and keep writing up a storm Tom

  • A powerful piece Rachel. Keep on writing like this – take care and see you on FB sometime soon. A

  • Some great images there. I’d keep the cat.

  • Yes – this reminded me of my school glue days. Vaguely recall someone in a class along the corridor sticking themselves to a table and needing an ambulance to free him. Aquadere was so much better (I referenced the same peeling in my glue piece. Anyway, enjoyed the read (and sorry for its so belated – life has just been crazy here) and glad I…[Read more]

  • Powerful piece of writing. I’m so glad I took the time to come back and read it. There’s something in this piece that reminded me of the movie Black Swan. Thanks for writing and sharing.

  • This is a great piece Janet – I love the structure and how it builds. Somehow you’ve embedded this sense of foreboding that makes the end so powerful. Glue by its very nature can only last so long. Thanks for writing and sharing (and sorry for the belated read – life has just been crazy here). Take care

  • I did 26 consectitive 12SS stories, including two competition entries, up until December 2019. By then I felt like I needed a different focus. This has been great but need to get back to my other project now. Good luck with your writing.

  • Back at you and glad you liked this one too. Didn’t realise you were in Canada – reckon we Aussies are quite like you guys in a lot of ways – good, bad and complex. But a similar sense of humour, irony and perspective. Must get up there one day.

  • Thanks Deryn – I’ve loved sharing these and learning a lot along the way – it’s been quite a journey. Thanks for the writing of yours that I’ve read too. Every story of yours and everyone’s has something of immense value. Cheers and take care. See you round the 12SS stories site sometime in the future.

  • Comment away – I haven’t read for three days but plan to go back this weekend and read away! Thanks for your lovely feedback – great way to start another crazy day. I love that you got lost in the words and not the story. Thanks so much.

  • Adam commented on the post, Emily by Adam 3 months, 2 weeks ago

    Yeah looked at the different spellings – probably got the wrong one. Whateva 🙂 Good luck with the writing ongoing.

  • That’s lovely feedback Marcena – its really appreciated. Now this challenge is just about done (just need to go back and do prompt 1 for my own sense of satisfaction) I just need to apply it to longer-form storytelling. Cheers and thanks for regularly visiting and commenting on my writing. Take care. A

  • I was more an Aquadhere guy. Nothing too serious. That Araldite in the two tubes was Mum’s go-to. Daunting for a little boy with two left hands. Then red wine – well anyone can handle that liquid…particularly a Clare Valley Shiraz. Mmmm Thanks for reading and commenting as always. I owe you a few reads – stay tuned. Take care. A

  • Adam commented on the post, Emily by Adam 3 months, 2 weeks ago

    Thanks Glenn. I had tried to create a gradual build but not easy in a shortish piece – sorry for the blast 🙂 I do love the sense that from little things big things grow – good and not so good. Cheers and thanks for the read and the comments.

  • Adam commented on the post, Emily by Adam 3 months, 2 weeks ago

    Lineament is a rub that sportspeople use for muscle aches or stiffness before and after sport. Brands like Deep Heat and Dencorub here but not sure if you have similar in your part of the world. Glad the rest of it landed for you. Hope your travelling ok. Must get to some of your stories – been crazy busy lately just getting the writing done. Take…[Read more]

  • Adam commented on the post, Emily by Adam 3 months, 2 weeks ago

    I can only agree. I’ve worked with a woman who was open and suffered terribly, and there was a brilliant panel/discussion show on a local broadcaster here that explored it with people who deal with it and their partners and families. Must be exhausting. But it still seemed to be an important part of who they are. Thanks for reading and commenting.

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