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Growing a little older

I am a woman – I’m grown, yes I know that, though I have countless experiences in growing, I have to say this time round; it’s serious – I’ve got to think more rather out of the box (if there ever has been a box) and play my cards right – This has led me into involving myself in both good and bad and really, I have learned the hard way at times – now coming back and standing up for many that I believe since, you know; I’ve been there.. 64 more words

When you leave

I had a normal childhood, I grew up in a happy family, and when I left home it was because I had to, not because I was dying to leave my home. 436 more words

Life Lessons

Find your Tribe.

“Nothing of me is original. I am the combined effort of everyone I’ve ever known.”

― Chuck Palahniuk.

I have always felt a little out of place or like an observer of this great big fish bowl earth, that’s teeming with life. 367 more words

Life

A Piece from Ward...#13

The last 3 days we took a look at Emotional, Spiritual, and Mental health being foundations for our Life in Pieces. Today we can consider the 4th universal aspect of all of our lives – Physical Health. 505 more words

A Piece From Ward...

Meeting Temple Grandin

This past week I was fortunate enough to attend a conference where the speakers included none other than Dr. Temple Grandin, as well as Britt Collins (an amazing OT) and Joanne Lara, executive director of the organization Autism Works Now. 1,201 more words

To My King


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It has been years and years…
I remember walking down the street so many years ago
Thinking about how You had worked things out at that time… 286 more words

Sundry Thoughts

#BookReview: King of the Sky by Nicola Davies & Laura Carlin #MPBooks

Title: King of the Sky

Author: Nicola Davies

Illustrator: Laura Carlin

Publisher: Walker Books

Genre: Children’s Picture Book

Feathers:

Description: Starting a new life in a new country, a young boy feels lost and alone – till he meets an old man who keeps racing pigeons. 538 more words

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