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"Tips To Mend A Broken Heart"

I know that all of us have already experienced heartbreak- we’ve all been hurt. I know as well that when you were still with him, you already thought that he was the only one for you to the extent that you even believed that person to be your soul mate. 897 more words


"2016, 2017, and 2018 Indoor Photo Shoot"

Hi! In the past, I have not made a habit of posting any photoshoots here in the blog. Because to be honest, I’ve never particularly liked how I look in the photos and sometimes, I struggle being in front of the camera. 335 more words


My First (and Last) Valentine's Date

Shaun and I have a running joke that we just can’t do things the easy or normal way.  We met in college and then dated long-distance for four years, first between Ohio and New York, and then between Texas and New York, while I finished up school.   896 more words

"Update: P16-M fine, Prison time for trekkers in Mount Pulag fire"

Hi! This is for those who have been sending me a message asking me about the update in Mount Pulag. Hiking and Trekking activities are still temporarily suspended and still closed to hikers until further notice. 391 more words

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First Look At 6th (And Final!) Season Of 'The Americans'

“The Americans” is preparing to debut its final season, and it’s a no-brainer that the taut espionage drama about a pair of Soviet spies masquerading as a suburban couple in the 1980s will pull out all the stops for its final episodes. 303 more words


In the Grip of the White Witch

Originally written on December 28, 2017.  I couldn’t quite bear to post it until we had passed the half-way point for winter.

I was dozing this morning when I half-heard a loud “bang.”  A few seconds later, the water in the bathroom abruptly stopped.  506 more words

Why Punxsutawney Phil lives in Pennsylvania...

After living in New York’s North Country for five years, having Groundhog Day on February 2 seems rather pointless to me.

At this time of year, a groundhog’s burrow is still deep under multiple feet of snow.  90 more words