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Bridal Boquet

Did you know that the bridal boquet probably originated in the middle ages when the plague was rife. People carried a bunch of herbs including dill and garlic and kept it close to their nose, hence the name posy nosy. 52 more words


A Generation of Men Raised by Women, Volume 2: A Rite of Passage

*You can check out part one of this series hereThis is the second part of an ongoing series where I am building off of what was discussed in the first part, which was used as an introduction. 1,531 more words


Abstinence as a Rite of Passage

By Joe LaGuardia

There is something to be said about the importance of rites of passage in a person’s growth and development.   A rite of passage is the act of crossing a threshold–traditionally going from adolescence to adulthood–by way of ritual, self-sacrifice, crisis, or sacrament. 662 more words



First you are born, that is the first stage of life, although some people never appreciate this stage that much I think this is the best day ever for any human being because it is the start of the race which will ultimately end in the destiny. 231 more words


Bass Lake High School thespians to present "Lawrence of Michiana"

By Kristie Staphryder | Beacon staff writer

With the vast desert of cornfields stretching out before him like a sea of green plants, Lawrence of Michiana sits astride his Vespa planning his next move. 314 more words

Education And Welfare

Journal Entry # 6

We had planted some corn in the summer, hoping for an early fall harvest. It was a corn that I was familiar with but hadn’t tried before. 822 more words