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19. Home, page 298, October 25

“Amen!” Edith Brunner’s flat benediction slapped the silent crowd out of its trance. “No sense standin’ around and gawkin’ like a bunch of sheep.”

“Edith!” Mathilda barked. 321 more words

Serial Fiction

Rainbows for Batam 2014

What is this about?

After two successful runs, RainbowsforBatam is back this year!

RainbowsforBatam is a self-initiated project executed by individuals with lots of love to give and lots of willingness to learn, unlearn and relearn. 560 more words


24 // Sondley

Today we feature this sweet cuddly kid!

Sondley Morvil
Birth date: 01/31/10
Faves: playing outside, singing, hugs, 
taking silly photos, learning in school
BFFs: Christina, Sony…
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KNIT-A-SQUARE...spread the word

I can’t knit to save my life, but I can spread the word of this glorious, grassroots inspired charity. And so can you.

Just for the record, I met Sandy McDonald – the ‘niece in Australia’ – last Wednesday at a Volunteers Day orientation at the Diamond Valley Living and Learning Centre. 217 more words

My Soap Box

The moment I realize we must stop the spread of what's killing us.

Passion is flowing up from the deepest part of me, so much so it threatens to choke me if I don’t open the valve, so I speak out. 743 more words

Long way from home

Seems strange to write a blog at a time when our nation has been shaken to its core. The terror and hysteria that must have evolved in Ottawa on Wednesday was felt by every Canadian around the world and Team Broken Earth in Haiti was no different. 333 more words

Orphan Care in Times of National Disaster

On October 3rd, as the news began to swell with reports on Ebola, I made a post about how Ebola is affecting orphans. I didn’t actually have a lot to say on the subject. 635 more words