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The Image of Christ

I haven’t posted for awhile. Duh–Obviously! It’s because I’ve been grieving the loss of a very close friend. Mary Ann Schoettly RCWP (Roman Catholic Womanpriest) entered into eternal life this past summer from a sudden devastating illness.   646 more words


Workspace Blog Hop

Several weeks ago, my blogger friend Francis from https://guaromekano.wordpress.com/ tagged me in the Workspace Blog Hop. As I understand it, this challenge is for me to share my blogging workspace with my readers. 226 more words


Try This Road Second Anniversary: Russia

So, folks, it`s been two years. Of course, my anniversary post could be dedicated to the sweetest occasions that took place during this year. Of course. 1,605 more words

What my underwear and crabs have in common. No, not that.

THERE I WAS, puttering around the compound in my David Johns Casual—named after the preferred around-the-house stylings of uncle Dave throughout my childhood.

Now, before we get into the topic-at-hand, I have some issues. 466 more words


Select ONE image/document. Comment on and contextualise your chosen image with reference to relevant readings.

As African Americans offered a new avenue of ideas for entertainment such as dramatic, dance and music performances as well as within popular literature, their inclusion in the arts and media brought a further exaggeration of negative white racist stereotypes. 1,238 more words


Crafting the Millennial Narrative: Nightcrawler and Sociopathy by Proxy

“On TV it looks so real…”

spoilers abound for the 2014 film Nightcrawler

Nightcrawler‘s Lou Bloom (Jake Gyllenhall) is a man without morals. Proactive in all of the worst possible ways; assaulting security guards and stealing their possessions, cutting down copper wire and chain link fences to sell for pennies on the dollar, cutting bike locks and hawking stolen goods to pawn shops.

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#1WkNoTech Reflection

In today’s world many people cannot live without technology. Young adults, students or even young teenagers are using technology almost 24/7. It is a constant part of our daily lives. 714 more words