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The Move, Gaming, and a Confession

The Move

So, that thing. It is fast approaching and my head is in a spin. Since Raine left his job, he’s been home this week to help me pack and spend time with us when I am not at work, so that’s been pretty awesome. 607 more words


Wednesday Words of Wisdom

Give me odorous at sunrise a garden of beautiful flowers where I can walk undisturbed. ~Walt Whitman
The sun was shining this morning, and the crisp morning air made my early walk/run very invigorating . 139 more words



French authorities report that they have lost more than 2,000 vials of the deadly SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) virus.

  • A spokesman said, “We kept them right here next to the nuclear warhead which is… Uh-oh.”
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Bring your Luggage to the Airport and other Hard-won Travel Lessons

Agent: “And where are you flying with us today?”

Me (after a long pause): “Hold on. Let me check my phone. I’m pretty sure I’m supposed to be at the airport right now.”

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Beach Wild Flower

Here is a sample of some of the type of pictures I take! if your interested in getting your pictures taken please email me at sourlakecapturedmemories@gmail.com

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TRENDING: TEXAS, More San Antonio Docs Going it Alone ...

Sick of Obamacare, Insurance Red Tape, More San Antonio Docs Going it Alone

By WOAI.com

APRIL 14, 2014 - With the paperwork of medical insurance and the bizarre, politically driven inclusions, exclusions and mandates of Obamacare, more and more Texas doctors are opting out of insurance altogether and moving into the growing field called ‘ 449 more words

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West Volunteer Firefighter On-Duty Again

WEST (CBSDFW.COM) - Months after surviving the fertilizer plant explosion, which rocked the small town of West, volunteer firefighter Robert Payne has started going out on calls again. 407 more words