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Ganymede: TNG

The good thing about babies as that they grow up faster than you expect. That’s also one of the bad things about them.

I have to admit, though, that it’s been fascinating to watch my offspring mutate from wiggling, screaming little crap factories to walking, talking creatures with actual personalities of their own. 683 more words

Ganymede Legacy

Bookworm Baby..How cute can one baby get?

If one day, by some miracle, I had a baby of my own…he/she will be total bookworms..just like this little bundle of cuteness <3



5 Reasons to Read Even When You're Crazy Busy

So as you all probably know, I’ve been insanely busy for the past month or so. Now that we’re finally all moved into the new house I am working like a madwoman to get ready for a craft fair on September 11th and 12th – … 430 more words

A Day In The Life

Book Review - The Fault is in Our Stars

In September, we commemorate cancer awareness for so many causes and one of them is Thyroid cancer. For any one out there who has no idea what cancer is or what thyroid cancer is all about this is a book for you!!!!!!! 818 more words


Autumn Reads !

Hello everyone,

the summer is nearly over and I’m already wearing cozy swather and jumpers. I personally prefer autumn and winter timer because I like cozy and warm clothes. 172 more words


23 Of The Most Beautiful Lines From Literature

Someone asked friends and people across the internet what they thought the most beautiful lines in literature were. Some chose lines from classic books while others picked more recent releases. 512 more words


Famous Last Words: Parting Lines From Our Favorite Characters.

Legend has it that Oscar Wilde’s last words were “Either the wallpaper goes, or I do.” Unfortunately, the offensive wallpaper outlived Wilde—and his last remark has also outlived him and become part of literary history. 394 more words