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A 22-Year-Old’s Diary Entries From Mid-January, 1974

Friday, January 11, 1974

3 PM. A cold rain has been falling all day, making things very mushy outside. In a little while I’m going over to Ronna’s house, where we can go out in the early part of the evening rather than risk driving the icy roads after they’ve frozen. 2,512 more words

Friends will last forever.

It’s a fact of life that you move on, things change and you grow up. I was always the kid that never wanted to grow up and found it very difficult in senior school when I realised that I was starting to fall out of step with my friends. 347 more words

Diary Entries

Source of Fear

I had always been an advance type of kid. I was an early walker, early talker; my talent was even discovered early. I accepted that, I was special as my mom would even say. 194 more words

Experience

Curb Your Enthusiasm BUT NOT Your Effort

In my last post I wrote about the bill introduced by Councilmember Jim Graham to prohibit the riding of bicycles and Segways wherever a bicycle lange going in the same directions is available. 840 more words

Diary Entries

A BOUQUET OF WEEDS; part deux

Here’s a little section from my Esther Greenwood part of the collection;

June 28th, 1953

How do you even begin to talk about something like this? 678 more words

Fiction

The Written Word

Here’s a little secret.

When I was in school, I was afraid of writing.

Actually afraid is an understatement. The mere thought of writing would have me breaking into a cold sweat! 284 more words

Diary Entries

Happy Anniversary!

Today, one year ago, I arrived in South Africa for an adventure that would forever change my life:

In honor of the anniversary of our journey in South Africa (and all it has brought about since then) I will be posting last year’s diary entries from my days in Knysna. 150 more words

South Africa