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Writing 101: Aftermath

Writing 101: Aftermath

I have not had a chance to meet you all yet and I am truly going to miss that . . . I haven’t had a chance to figure out how to find new bloggers like myself on WordPress . 470 more words

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Out And About In A Meadow

“She turned to the sunlight
And shook her yellow head,
And whispered to her neighbor:
“Winter is dead.”
― A.A. Milne, When We Were Very Young


Ek Sunday waali feeling

This past Sunday on my way to the library: an intermittent drizzle, roads bordered with flowers and leaves fluttering down from rain swept trees, the usual traffic bustle and the sudden delight of a vintage Fiat Premier Padmini gliding past you. 264 more words


Adrift, Afloat, At Peace

A Day off. AHHHH. After working 6 days in a row, after staring blankly at a screen stuck inside on a beautiful sunny day, I got off the bus yesterday and walked to a dinner party where Crossroads man was BBQing at a Buddhist New Year’s party. 15 more words

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I: Ice Boxes

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Trisha Faye


“Things will get messy at times and that’s okay,” articles on parenting always say. But when things don’t go according to plan, the second part of that statement sometimes gets thrown out of the window. 166 more words

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Pols O'lightenup

Ok, in the interest of me loosening up a bit and not being so cerebral, I last night forced myself to watch 3 programs in a row on SEX. 761 more words

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