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I saw the missed calls collecting on my phone’s display and the voice mails I didn’t bother to check. What was I to say when my mom would eventually ask me, “how are things? 583 more words

Black History

Football Camp Photos-April 13, 2014–Rising Seniors-High School (Atl, GA)–Photos: S. Keith Turner| Jewels4dmind’s/Blog http://jewels4dmind.com/?p=623968
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Is math the language of the universe? A bilingual TED-Ed Club explores

In New York City, it’s common to hear ten different languages just on your walk to work in the morning. For the students at Lycée Français de New York, that kind of multicultural exposure doesn’t stop at the schoolhouse doors. 400 more words


Shame, Old Lady

She was shunned.
Her petals pulled in,
And her colour faded
As she lay down
On the grass beneath her.
Dark red edges
Encircled her, 26 more words


Can Birdhouses Change the World?

With “Tax Day” now safely behind us (those who filed extensions I get it,) it is a time to finally put 2013 to bed. It is also a time of reflection in Travis’ world. 515 more words

Not so 16 anymore.

Sixteen. Naive. Work. School. Sex. Drugs. Esteem. Money. Dancing. Clothes. Car. Boys. Laugh. Friends. Sleep-overs.Clock-in. Sweat. Forget. Clock-out. Fight. Sleep. Sex. Drugs. Fight. Sex. Clock-in. Drive. 22 more words