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Pinocchio

I’m pretty sure that Pinocchio was the first movie I ever saw in a movie theater.  In those pre-video and pre-DVD days, the classic animated Walt Disney films were reissued to the movie theaters on a multi-year rotation basis, there to be enjoyed by a new generation of little kids.  399 more words

Family

If I Should Fall in Love

Start again.

Learn it all over.

Teach me the way you learned it.

Teach me how to see the world

through your eyes.

Let me make those same mistakes, 24 more words

Poetry

The Devil's Fool - American Naïveté Manipulated

The Shack Lady and the Devil

The schedule is full. This is the story of Anita Gajardo. A girl from the mountains around San Pedro Sula, Honduras. 638 more words

Surgery

Finding Honesty in Apathy

A few years ago, during my one-semester stint at the lost art (for me, anyway) of college journalism, I wrote a column that has stuck with me since its publication. 1,896 more words

Meaning

Quote for Today: Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

And the little prince broke into a lovely peal of laughter, which irritated me very much. I like my misfortunes to be taken seriously.

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Quote For Today

The Trouble With Snakes

My mother always said that the trouble with snakes is that they hide in dark but warm places behind sofas, under stoves and even in linen cupboards. 3,246 more words

Meditations And Extrapolations