A poppyseed of reality

poppyseed2No apology. Minimalist posts allowed here. Anything goes.

Two simple truths:

Planning out meals in advance increases success rate.

Plans go awry, especially if you are a mouse.

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About J. Parrish Lewis

J. Parrish Lewis writes. He is also the author of The Goblin Road, a fantasy novel, and The Rabbit List. He was born and raised in Maryland. In his youth there, he and his brother had many adventures in the dogwood forests near his home. His nostalgia for these adventures has strongly influenced his characters, their relationships, and their perspective on the world they inhabit. He moved to California’s coast to earn his degree in communications and now lives with his family in the San Joaquin Valley. Lewis is profoundly deaf and uses American Sign Language to communicate. He enjoys hazelnut coffee, captioned movies, and walking his dog.
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2 Responses to A poppyseed of reality

  1. kay the faker ;) says:

    planning meals so that leftovers are incorporated into succeeding meals is a different kind of success.

  2. Jay The Baker says:

    By the way, originally I only intended to post one solitary truth. That’s the poppyseed of reality. However, it seems it split into two, like a Tribble.

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