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Joining forces

In order to make the living together as seamless as possible, we’ve decided to be grown ups and get a joint account. Needless to say, the process isn’t as exciting as we’d like it to be. 198 more words


To Be a Grown-Up

Every child has their moment. That moment, in the midst of a temper tantrum, where they scream at their parents: “I can’t wait until I’m a grown-up so I can do whatever I want!!!” 500 more words

My Hero

Today was an emotional day. I met Peter Pan.

I stood there staring and smiling at him like Dopey from Snow White. I was shaking and he pointed it out to me. 141 more words


My favorite word is no.

No, it isn’t.
My favorite word is, “why.”
Why, whywhywhywhy can I not put my thoughts into paper? Never before have I been very good at writing the stories that rumble through my mind onto a sheet of white paper, or on a document that has sat open with three words on my computer for about a day. 277 more words


An Awfully Great Adventure.

As I’ve been in a writing slump lately, I’ve thought “What if this isn’t for me, just maybe?” Maybe wasn’t the answer I was looking for. 240 more words


Peter Pan, Paramount's 1924 Silent Classic

Peter Pan is a 1924 silent adventure film released by Paramount Pictures, the first film adaptation of the play by J. M. Barrie. The film, which closely follows the plot of the stage play, was directed by Herbert Brenon and starred Betty Bronson as Peter Pan. 307 more words

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