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Hypochondriasis Hypocrisy

Hypochondriacs annoy me. Okay okay, I know that for some it’s a legitimate illness and that it can be quite debilitating; I’m not talking about those folks. 1,719 more words

Vivocity

So, I was walking around Vivocity yesterday. It’s a huge shopping mall here, and I had just ended my work shift. I walked over to Cold Storage Supermarket, and they didn’t have adult diapers. 194 more words

Sightings

Chao Chaitén 

So this morning we woke up to the first white cloud opening up above the tent in about three days. We scurried to organize the tarps and the backpacks, still wary that it would return. 813 more words

Travel

My Story: Learn A Little More About Me

My Story

Hello friends! My name is Roxanne, and welcome to ROXY CREATIONS. I have been blogging here since the blog’s creation in winter of Janurary, 2017. 652 more words

General

What About The Seeds?

I was 12 or 13 the first time I took watermelon. It was at school. The new school management had decided to improve the quality of our food. 860 more words

Ghana

Moon-Shaped Nose

I was a Girl Scout once. A Brownie, to be exact. I have many fragmented memories of that time in my life. Door-to-door cookie sales. Singing “The Wheels on the Bus”. 479 more words

Random

Pappa's Childhood: Conclusion (part 11)

Conclusion of “Pappa’s Childhood,” a section of my grandfather’s memoirs, edited by my mother, Dell Buller,  from some of her father, G.M.C. Massey’s manuscript notes. 970 more words

Buller