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"The doll funeral" by Kate Hamer

A well-written, though at times bleak novel, about a thirteen year-old girl who can ‘see‘ the dead. She sees many dead people, but the most constant presence is that of ‘Shadow’, a young boy who has made himself known to her throughout her life. 821 more words

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#MeToo Holding Me Back?

The #MeToo social media posts these past weeks brought up a lot of serious stories and issues to talk about. I’m not writing this blog to complain, nor am I writing it as an excuse; it is an issue that everyone will talk about for a long time. 922 more words

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A League of Angels

A thousand leagues of angels

Came to earth one day

They volunteered one by one

Foregoing their celestial  play

Their mission was pretty clear

To bring love back to earth… 188 more words

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"Dear Mother" by Angela Marsons

I’ve been hearing about Angela Marsons frequently via reviews written by my fellow bookbloggers so I thought it was high time I gave her novels a try.   589 more words

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Penn State trustee says he is 'running out of sympathy' for 'so-called' victims

Penn State trustee Albert L. Lord said he is “running out of sympathy” for the “so-called” victims of former Nittany Lions assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, according to an email sent to… 286 more words

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Trust: Why Is It So Hard?

Friendships can start-up quickly; sometimes they last a lifetime, and sometimes only a short while. They can be very wonderful, and fill our hearts with the best memories we could ever ask for. 827 more words

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Paces and Spaces

When someone gets promoted, a new job, or a new home, it’s not uncommon that there’ll be at least one person in the group left behind. 1,240 more words

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