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C.A.R: A Country Falling Apart Over Sectarian Violence.

Central African Republic: French peacekeepers have escorted a convoy of Muslims away from the threat of violence in the capital on Monday.

Witnesses say they saw 102 Muslims guarded by 150 French troops leaving a northern suburb of the capital, Bangui, on Sunday in trucks for Bambari, about 300 km (190 miles) northeast of the capital, an area known to be controlled by Muslim rebels. 287 more words


The Tale of the iPhone Thief and the Treacherous Treading

Lots happening, as always. Quit one of my jobs, so now I’m just doing my dog walking job (did y’all know I had a dog walking job? 491 more words

First Scrape (A Dubious Milestone)

Suddenly these babies are much more active. There’s no more rolling, it’s all crawling and pulling up on things. This weekend we expanded the gated-in play area so it now encompasses most of our living room, and the babies are taking full advantage. 273 more words

Winning the Saltire/British Council Travel Bursary

As a three year old I fell out of my aunt’s seventh storey apartment while visiting my mother’s country Bolivia. As a consequence to this I spent several months in hospital, started primary school late and had to learn how to walk again. 382 more words

You Gotta Learn How to Fall

The 2014 Winter Olympics ended two months ago, but this post was delayed by some circumstances beyond my control; let it suffice to say that I was temporarily “censored” on the subject of falling.   1,508 more words

Poem: "Kiss Me Gently"

Kiss Me Gently

I see it deep in your eyes the hunger that boils inside.
Wanting to press your lips against mine to make the sun shine. 413 more words

Help available for local seniors

Day by Day

Help available for local seniors
By Liz Thompson

Wednesday April 16, 2014

Like it or not, we are aging, every day. When we find our first gray hair and start noticing how many stairs there are — everywhere — life starts changing. 752 more words