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Play time

So what do you write about after being away from your blog for a while? Dogs’ of course! What a pair they are!
Morning is play time. 201 more words

African Sight

Women of dignity with regal deportment
wrapped in cloth of pulsating hues
heads and bodies
clashing geometric

senses scream as splashes of color
emerge from smoky haze… 232 more words


Our Faithful God


By Carolyn Dale Newell

 Great is Thy faithfulness. The Lord is my portion,

Saith my soul; Therefore, will I hope in Him. 357 more words

Seeing my psychiatrist tomorrow

tomorrow i see my psychiatrist dr B. i dont see her until 4 pm, but i bet you anything, when i get there, i’ll have a long wait, and i’m guessing it will be past six by the time i get home. 256 more words


An Eye For an Eye - He Blinded heR.

Like most people with a keen interest in people, certain stories can be provocative and sometimes redeeming. This one is both and ends with a moral quandary.


Mohammed Salim Patel, the blind journalist on his vision. By Grazielen Zemek.

As a young boy growing up in Blackburn, Lancashire, Mohammed Salim Patel, a 19-year-old BA Honours International Journalism Student, always dreamed of becoming a TV presenter or news broadcaster. 874 more words

Fighting for my rights

so i have a lady who is my home help. she helps me to cook. i get an hour a day, five days a week. well my home help is going into hospital for surgery. 197 more words