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Where the Sanity Ends (If Shel Silverstein was a stay-at-home-parent)

There is a place where the sanity ends
And before the silence begins,
And there the pillow is soft and white
And there remains of dinner burn crimson bright… 101 more words

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The Best Book I've Ever Read

The way I see it, this post could go two ways. I could say “the best book I ever read was…Jane Eyre.” Or I could say “the best book I ever read was… 531 more words

Monday Morning Motivation

I’m excited to introduce a brand new series on Novels and Nail Polish… Monday Morning Motivation! Every Monday morning, I’ll put up a new motivational quote from a book or author to help you start your week off right! 13 more words

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Quitting Care.com

I’d like to blog about life, but what is life really? Is it the fact that the boy parallel with me, studying his ass off (supposedly), who keeps making awkward eye-contact with me whenever we stretch our compressed, bored, hapless bodies out for what we call a “study break” which is only for a microsecond. 634 more words

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Must-watch: T-Pain reads Shel Silverstein's 'Where the Sidewalk Ends'

Back in the day, Shel Silverstein was like a rock star/god among school kids with his quirky classics like The Giving Tree, A Light in the Attic… 48 more words

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The Writing Allstars - Shel Silverstein

“Once I spoke the language of the flowers/Once I understood each word the caterpillar said/Once I smiled in secret at the gossip of the starlings/And shared a conversation with the house fly in my bed/Once I heard and answered all the questions of the crickets/And joined the crying of each falling dying flake of snow/Once I spoke the language of the flowers…/How did it go?/How did it go? 661 more words

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