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Which Is Righteousness? (Part 2)

(continued from my last post)…

My little children, these things I write to you, so that you may not sin. And if… 368 more words

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Overcrowding could kill you...

One thing you’ll notice when you start to dress up, is that the more accessories you add to an outfit, the worse it looks. Same thing with cooking, though I don’t have the pleasure of doing much of it, but the more I add to an omelette I’m frying, the saggier it becomes, and the more I hate it and stick to my decision to having it ordered in instead of making my own. 113 more words

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Cee's Black and White Challenge: Glass

This week Cee challenged us to post black and white photos of glass. I enjoyed playing around with glass containers and the camera. Here is my contribution. 

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We Did Find Endometriosis. A True Story

I’m going to do it. I’m going to write about something that is hard for me to communicate. I’m going to put myself out there–not because I’m looking for recognition or understanding, but because I’m a writer and as a writer I need to free myself and not keep certain things bottled up inside. 1,039 more words

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Introverted, and Feeling It

Is it just me, or are there a lot more introverts coming out of the woodwork lately?

I wonder if it’s because of the spate of humorous posts that have popped up on social media? 700 more words

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Wide Eye Wednesday 2: Jump for Joy

They came as if from nowhere, beautiful and graceful, running and jumping in their own unique way called ” pronking ”  ( literally translated to display).  309 more words

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The Bed Meant for You

Did we miss the morning?

Somewhere between warm Autumn nights and coffee tinged afternoons I lost something.

Autumn would bring the warmth of the leaves and the blow of the breeze and the chill of Christmas would come in unexpectedly with the night air. 139 more words

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