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“I will try to hold my tongue;” or What Everyone Should Do in Emma

First off, my sincerest apologies for it taking this long for me to finish Emma. I have no excuses because I have absolutely no idea why it did. 1,175 more words

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Emma's Tumblr Post...

I can’t post the link because it is under her real name and includes photos of Jeremy, including his face, but simply had to share it for her words. 972 more words

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WWE RAW RESULTS: The Divas Take Over RAW As Brie & Paige Bring The Thunder Because What Goes Around Comes Around! (July, 21st 2014)

Oh My Gosh You Guys, RAW was absolute Bliss last night! I Honestly expected RAW to emerge with several segments to hype the Return of BRRROOOOCCCCKKKKKK LESNNNAAAARRRR…BUT….instead the Divas Took the Show by Storm in 3 segments, of course 2 including matches. 1,706 more words

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As I have made so obvious to you all, I have small furries. They are (in order from the top) Jerry, Ben and Coco. My little guinea pigs mean the world to me. 132 more words

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Ang Lee, I haven't forgotten you!

It’s been a few weeks since I’ve posted my last blog.  I hope everyone is having a wonderful summer, or a wonderful season, depending on where you are in the world. 293 more words

Inside The River

Tuesday 22 July 2014

I shopped for Jericho’s birthday this morning. He asked for some action figures, so I went over to Knox to try Toys’r’us. They have a range of soldier playsets that I’m sure he’ll like, so I bought two of the smaller ones that have four soldiers each (plus assorted weaponry and dog tags) and a larger playset that has a troop carrier and some more soldiers. 429 more words

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Jane Austen: Emma: Chapter 3

Mr. Woodhouse was fond of society in his own way. He liked very much to have his friends come and see him; and from various united causes, from his long residence at Hartfield, and his good nature, from his fortune, his house, and his daughter, he could command the visits of his own little circle, in a great measure, as he liked. 1,804 more words

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