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    I was born just before 2000, so I'm afraid I don't have these cool sepia filters that was all the rage before the 80's.

    EDIT: But, here's me from a house I was painting a few summers ago. Kinda' feels like yesterday.

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    a spot of painting before afternoon tea..I bet you ravished those cucumber sandwiches...so nice of you to help the groundsman..
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    Helping my daughter with her cat adoption program by playing Santa Claus at a pet store.
    in the dark striking matches

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    Quote Originally Posted by joshybo View Post
    I haven’t posted a selfie on here in a while. I haven’t done much of anything on here in a while. Life has been rough recently, but I’m working on myself and hoping that things start to straighten out soon. So here’s a selfie, WF. Judge it as you will.

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    You're going to be a major villain in my next YGAT novel.

    Possibly Spanish, or more likely French. An intellectual, former government official turned terrorist/fixer with an interests in amateur photography and popular anarchist art of the 30s, with particular emphasis on that of the Spanish Civil War.

    Thanks for the inspiration!
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    YGAT ? Free dictionary gives me 'Young gifted and talented', or 'Youth gun anti-violence task force.', neither seem likely.
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    YGAT ? Free dictionary gives me 'Young gifted and talented', or 'Youth gun anti-violence task force.', neither seem likely.
    A series I'm writing, three so far: Payload, Rolling Hunger, Floating Hunger. Just published FH around Christmas. Cutting edge zombie fiction at extremely reasonable rates (I get adverbs wholesale and pass the saving on to the reader).

    The series is The Yard Gnome Action Team (YGAT Corporation), a silly name for serious books. A wise investment given the current pandemic and the liklihood of vaccines rushed into use without full testing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DennisP View Post
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    Helping my daughter with her cat adoption program by playing Santa Claus at a pet store.
    If this isn't your next Christmas card you've missed the boat. Actually, put it out there for a stock photo and get royalties. This one is gold!

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    The series is The Yard Gnome Action Team (YGAT Corporation), a silly name for serious books.
    Freaking brilliant. Love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxee View Post
    If this isn't your next Christmas card you've missed the boat. Actually, put it out there for a stock photo and get royalties. This one is gold!
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    I agree! You put me in the Christmas mood and I am a Grinch.... lovely pic!
    She lost herself in the trees,
    among the ever-changing leaves.
    She wept beneath the wild sky
    as stars told stories of ancient times.
    The flowers grew toward her light,
    the river called her name at night.
    She could not live an ordinary life,
    with the mysteries of the universe
    hidden in her eyes....
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    Death leaves a heartache no one can heal,
    love leaves a memory no one can steal....
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