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Seducing hearts, one story at a time, Author - Crystal R. Martin

Today I am happy to report that I wrote a short story. Yoshi had been chewing on the idea for a while and he was finally ready to be his usual demanding self. So it is only about 350 words, but the idea is absolutely hilarious. I don't usually write comedy, or horror, but this just grabbed me by the throat and wouldn't let go. On top of that, I ended up cleaning my kids' bathroom. There is nothing worse than a bathroom that two teenagers, two elementary students, and one hubby share.

Eek, I am lucky I am here to tell the tale. The things growing/hiding in there were rather frightening creatures. Mildew, that crawled and shrank away when I sprayed the cleaner. I swear I heard some terrified shrieks too, but I can't prove anything.The stuff that hides around the edge of the toilet, yeah that stuff, was just as bad.

I carried my cleaner like a shield, in glove-clad hands. The sponge I carried I used as my sword to face the mighty beasts. With a lot of valor, a good dash of courage, and a strong heart, I conquered the monsters, and the bathroom once more shines, like a princess's tiara.

Feel free to ignore the previous silliness, the mood just struck and I couldn't willingly let an opportunity to play pass.

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Wednesday, February 18, 2009

What I wrote today...nightmare bathroom.

Today I am happy to report that I wrote a short story. Yoshi had been chewing on the idea for a while and he was finally ready to be his usual demanding self. So it is only about 350 words, but the idea is absolutely hilarious. I don't usually write comedy, or horror, but this just grabbed me by the throat and wouldn't let go. On top of that, I ended up cleaning my kids' bathroom. There is nothing worse than a bathroom that two teenagers, two elementary students, and one hubby share.

Eek, I am lucky I am here to tell the tale. The things growing/hiding in there were rather frightening creatures. Mildew, that crawled and shrank away when I sprayed the cleaner. I swear I heard some terrified shrieks too, but I can't prove anything.The stuff that hides around the edge of the toilet, yeah that stuff, was just as bad.

I carried my cleaner like a shield, in glove-clad hands. The sponge I carried I used as my sword to face the mighty beasts. With a lot of valor, a good dash of courage, and a strong heart, I conquered the monsters, and the bathroom once more shines, like a princess's tiara.

Feel free to ignore the previous silliness, the mood just struck and I couldn't willingly let an opportunity to play pass.

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