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#20 The Public Enemy

Watched: August 21 2016

Director: William A. Wellman

Starring: James Cagney, Jean Harlow, Edward Woods, Donald Cook

Year: 1931

Runtime: 1h 23min


This gangster classic follows the lives of two friends growing up in Chicago and rising through the ranks of the local crime syndicate. 280 more words



I am tempted to start by ‘hello,it’s me’ that line worked millions for Adele, but I doubt it will work your pride my dearest.

My dearest betrothed I have been lately thinking about you, me and our relationship. 451 more words


Thick Skin

Today I am a better person. I am a better person because you are both no longer in my life.

Each of you have stabbed me in the back and fed me to the wolves.  1,357 more words


Ambidextrous Faith

Gregory of Nicea once called St. Basil’s faith ambidextrous because he welcomed pleasures with the right hand and afflictions with the left, convinced both would serve God’s design for him.

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Learning & Growth

So Why do I Hang Around?

My last post itemized all the shit that has gone on since our marriage four years ago.  Some of it is undoubtedly real, some of it may be my imagination.  1,386 more words



The dagger made a blunt punch into her chest

And a thunder of words to rip open and strangle her heart.

Before she closes her eyes; 201 more words


Can You Trust After Being Betrayed?

August 25th, 2016 | Breanne Eckleberry 

Have you been there? Cheated on. Lied to. Betrayed. Whether it was your man sleeping around or your best friend messing with your ex, how do you cope? 641 more words