Monthly Archives: March 2014

Wall Ball Memories

                 Outdoor brick wall. Photo by Katelyn Avery. My elementary school years didn’t entirely revolve around recess, but those 15 to 20 minutes were amazing. At my school kids played a variety of … Continue reading

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My other websites

I don’t usually do updates in my blog posts, but I just wanted to list my other websites. Sorry you have to copy and paste these links. Katelyn The Journalist on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KatelynTheJournalist Katelyn The Journalist on Twitter. As Katelyn Avery: https://twitter.com/K_Avery219 … Continue reading

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Technology Lost

   Stored away rotary phone. Photo by Katelyn Avery. They’re going to do more than forget, they’re never going to learn. I’m talking about the young kids. About 12 and down, who have always lived with cell phones. They might … Continue reading

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Steps Past Depression

   Basement stairs. Photo by Katelyn Avery. Turn the corner and find the stairs. I’m almost there now. Into the uplifting place I go. I need to make it to the second floor, but I’m even lower than I thought. … Continue reading

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Make a Sound

   Whistle. Photo by Katelyn Avery. You try to blow the whistle but only a faint sound comes out. “Something must be in there”, you think. Surely the problem has a scapegoat, that isn’t you. That thought may be your … Continue reading

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Back to the Books

                 Reopened book (“Blizzard’s Wake”).  Photo by Katelyn Avery. The pages hold an aroma only described by “old and stored away”. It’s not a bad smell by any means, actually it pulls me in. … Continue reading

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Un-clip Me Hometown

                                                           Clipped. Photo by Katelyn Avery. “It’s not you, it’s me.” I … Continue reading

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