On a Sunday morning volunteering at church, I met a girl. For two weeks, she was constantly on my mind. Nonstop. Over fall break, a few friends and I took a trip to New York. 366 more words
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June 2, 2014 by History.com
June 2, 2014
As World War II was entering its final stages, American and British organizations teamed up to scour occupied Germany for as much military, scientific and technological development research as they could uncover. 769 more words
When we first moved to the New Forest market town of Ringwood, our first house there had a ground-floor extension with a patio door. One day (it was Sheila’s birthday and we were going out for a meal at a local restaurant that evening), I came home from work to find that the older lad (a mere four-year old whippersnapper at that time – the younger would not appear on the scene for four years) had somehow wedged some small plastic balls inside the track behind the sliding door. 402 more words
For Taiwanese American Tiffany Yu, it is all about the “small wins and positive thinking”.
When she attended her first Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students Association (ITASA) conference, she looked at the picture of Taiwan’s outline on the ITASA logo and thought it was a leaf. 107 more words