Day 2110: The Real Story

With all the conflicts among stories and among people out there, how do we figure out the real story?

Yesterday, I saw a magazine that promised to tell the real story …


… but I didn’t have the real time to read it.

Do you see the real story in any of my other photos?






















I think the real story is different to those on the outside and those on the inside. Harley probably has a different story about last night than I do.

Also, what’s the real story with this?


Every picture tells a story, don’t it?

What’s the real story, according to you?

The real story, according to me, includes gratitude, so thanks to all who helped me create today’s post and — of course! — to YOU.


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19 thoughts on “Day 2110: The Real Story

  1. Being away for almost a month, whenever I glanced at the news, it felt painful to surmise that the real story was so dire.

  2. I really don’t think they ought to call those shipping protectors peanuts, Ann. Somebody might eat the invisible ones by mistake.

  3. More years ago than I care to remember a friend and I went into Tower Records and asked if they had any buttons. The guy behind the counter handed us a cardboard box and said, “Help yourself.” Among them was a button that said, “What’s this cat’s story?” I loved that because everyone has a story and I’m interested in them all. After reading your post it occurred to me that was a promotional button and from a bit of digging I find it was for a collection of essays by Seymour Krim who said, “We know all along that time is squeezing us into a corner while we mentally rocket to each new star that flares across our sky, and yet we can’t help ourselves.”
    Thank you for helping add to my story. Also are those artisanal invisible peanuts?

  4. I’m with Harley on this one. Depends on your perspective doesn’t it? I hope you can see things from every angle. Then to find the best base to set it down on. As long as you have comfortable socks and yummy eats, the cold fall nights don’t seem so bad. And that’s the real story Ann. Cheers!

  5. Hmmm…I don’t know much about the real story but I do know The EanND! ꒰⑅ᵕ༚ᵕ꒱˖♡

  6. One thing’s for sure – ‘Brad vs Angelina’ won’t be the real story

  7. A lot of real stories here. I hope we all bring you comfort 🙂

  8. The real story is that I enjoy your lists! I particularly like the “comfort” list!

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