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April 20, 2014

The sun has risen on another Easter Sunday…Hallelujah!

The word for this week is ASHES. Ashes are the remains, the traces of what was once substance. 284 more words

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pysanka, n.

Pronunciation: Brit. /pᵻˈsaŋkə/,  U.S. /pəˈsɑŋkə/

Inflections:  Plural  pysanky,  pysanki,  pysankas.

Forms:  19– pisanka,   19– pisanky,   19– pysanka,   19–  266 more words

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When the results are positive, it’s easy to take responsibility. Winning something, receiving an award, or doing well on a test are all easy to claim. 200 more words

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This week has been glorious. The boys have certainly enjoyed the fine weather. 54 more words

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