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Review: Push by Claire Wallis

I think this is one of those few reads I don’t need too much time to meditate on what I thought about it in the end, and this will end up being a short-ish review because honestly: I’m tired of this. 1,542 more words


Confusing Teenage Years

This isn’t exactly the easiest thing to write. I’ve been through quite a bit the last several years of my life. Actually, I’ve been through a lot for more than just the last several years. 661 more words

Deeper Thoughts

L. K. Pinder quote / poem

Across the street
Was my sanity
Yet I stood there
Waiting for a sign
Once I took a step
Off of the side walk…

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Blessed bishops: married men Monday

Married men Monday! Blessed brothers, the mature edition: The Archbishop of York John Sentamu, 65, with his wife Margaret Sentamu; and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, 82, with his wife Nomalizo Leah Shenxane. 15 more words

Reasons To Be Cheerful #68: Being a Mature Student

Many people would likely balk at the suggestion of going back to uni five years after graduating. You can’t really do halls when you’re 27 and nights like ‘Fun Factory’ and ‘Rubber Duck’ just don’t seem to have the shiny allure that they once did. 499 more words

Review: Beautiful Oblivion (Maddox Brothers #1) by Jamie McGuire

Pre-read: Screw it…I’m taking one for the team. Again. >.<

Post-read: Review coming. I’m probably going to end up breaking the review limit for this book again, but – there’s a lot to discuss and much I found wrong with this book, probably in some familiar ways as well as some new issues that decided to rear with this particular book. 2,835 more words


Adult in the Making

What makes someone an adult… Their age? The way they look or dress? Whether they have a family, job or spouse? Even though I am only 23 years old and I am not sure if that truly qualifies me as an adult, I think I’m in the process of becoming one. 356 more words