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Battle Buddies

“Friends are the family you choose for yourself.”

There’s been many instances in my life where I had no family for hundreds of miles. I ventured out on my own and had to depend on people I had just met, people I eventually grew to know and love. 236 more words

#BackToTheBook

So, I have a confession. I got a little overzealous about Tenth Avenue North’s new album called Cathedrals. One of the reasons I love TAN is because they focus on Jesus, and not the hype of being a band. 604 more words

What's your opinion?

No good can come from that which is created through evil intent?  Hansi Riley

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Blog Babble

// What I've Learnt.

I have been travelling on my own for about two months now, and I can’t even begin to tell you what I have learnt. I’m currently sitting at Hanoi Airport in Vietnam, waiting for my flight to board (pretty sure it’s going to be delayed) and thought I would take a stab at highlighting some of my biggest lessons on my trip so far. 719 more words

The Most Dangerous Game

I have recently taken on the task of typing up every poem I have ever written. It is a daunting one considering I have been writing since 2009. 219 more words

Perspective

Malala Yousafzai, and Fence Sitting

Yesterday, I finished reading a book that has been on my “to read” list for ages. It was ‘I Am Malala’, the memoir of Malala Yousafzai; an advocate for girls education who, while on her way home from school in Pakistan, was shot by the Taliban. 552 more words

Life

The Day I Learned There are "Dirty" Words in Sign Language.

I had such a great response to my post on “My Fascination with Sign Language,” I thought I’d share some other stories from my Professor Larry Forrestal, who was my teacher when I took ASL in college. 537 more words

Writing