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Thoughts.

Thoughts.

 A killing machine; when happiness abandons you.

Sitting down on this crusty chair as the clock races with the thoughts flowing through my mind. Something that leaves you wondering. 145 more words

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Hating on humans: not cool

On Friday, April 4, 2014, I was watching the Today Show and saw former president George W. Bush reveal paintings he had completed. It was a short and sweet human interest story, with his daughter Jenna Bush Hager interviewing her dad and George W.’s mom appearing via satellite (or whatever they use now–skype? 683 more words

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The TB Test--results

In case any of you were wondering, the results of the TB test proved to be negative. I knew they would be negative on round two but of course, I had to have an “official” reading by a registered nurse. 364 more words

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The TB Test

Regular volunteers in nursing homes are required to get a TB test once a year. My test this year has not gone well.

In a drawer on the right hand side of my desk is an old greeting card lid. 427 more words

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A sucky attempt to understand the Hobby Lobby perspective

Okay, are we ready for another plunge? By “are we,” I mean, “am I.” Yes, I’m talking to myself, the way I do when I’m on the edge of a pool and I know the water is going to be cold. 4,043 more words

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Available

The possible favorite time to read on my Kindle™ is when I am waiting in line. Early this afternoon I was sitting (at least not standing) in line and took out my handy reading device. 395 more words

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On contraceptives & insurance: A response to a Facebook status

This morning, I read a Facebook status asking

Why should anyone be responsible for paying for birth control except for the person using it?

As someone who cannot imagine having such a viewpoint, I felt compelled to read the comments below the status.

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