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This will be my last time participating in Rainbow Snippets until September 23rd. I’m going to disappear and unplug for a while on Labor Day weekend.
I’m going to try to set up the Cauldron to keep posting Unwilling to Be Yours while I’m gone. I won’t be appearing at Facebook, nor will I be able to read anyone else’s snippets.
I’ll miss you all. At the same time, I’m about to reap a huge Artist’s Reward (I hope :)).
In the meantime, a happy Saturday and good writing to you all!
Here’s the next part of Unwilling to Be Yours, picking up right where Peter left off on Wednesday (QueerBlogWed)…
It turned out, it wasn’t. I got an ordinary pay stub, which I could cash, or put into my bank account. Much of my work was ordinary, too. Inventory would arrive in boxes. I’d unload various objects, put it in the right places on the shelves.
Not that I could account for everything in the shop. Sometimes objects would simply appear, which I hadn’t seen before.