Tag Archives: Writing

Slinking Around

I’ve been tiptoeing around, laying low in SL for a few days. I found my way to Book Island and will probably setup a cubby hole there when–well, if–I finish my novel. I was also delighted that one of my old … Continue reading

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My Blogging Journey

Strawberry Singh has a blogger challenge that triggered my urge to write a bit, its called “My Blogging Journey Challenge” (Check it yo!). Anyway, here’s my responses to the challenge. 1. Which electronic devices do you use to blog with? I … Continue reading

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Six Years of Being Yordie Sands

It slipped right by me a couple days ago. I guess I was so wound-up in “Tomb Raider” that I forgot, but on February 14, 2008, this Being Yordie Sands blog began. In those days I was in that phase … Continue reading

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2013 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: “The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 12,000 times in 2013. If it were a … Continue reading

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Why Do I Blog Meme?

Strawberry Singh has a lot of thought provoking posts. Several months ago she did one called “Why Do I Blog Meme?” and she encouraged fellow bloggers to give it a try themselves. Well, here I am and here it is. How long … Continue reading

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Preludes: The Samurai’s Poem

a 100 word story by Yordie Sands copyright © 2013 I approached the samurai seated in my teahouse. I bowed with respect, saying, “konnichiwa honorable sir.” He looked at me with inquisitive eyes, unlike the blank stares of those warriors who … Continue reading

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Preludes: And I Was Alone

a 100 word story by Yordie Sands copyright © 2013 I was no longer geisha Suzuki, I used my real name again. I had a home of my own because my patron wanted this for me. The garden was named … Continue reading

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