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It Feels Like Home to Me

By Emily Sheetz*

“It’s a big, big house with lots and lots of rooms.
A big, big table with lots and lots of food.
A big, big yard where we can play football. 891 more words

Local Church

Witley, August 16, 1917

Thursday    Lots of work these days expect to pull out any time now of course there’s lots of rumours around. I got no mail in this last Canadian which came in on Tuesday I guess tonight will be our last free night in Eng. 157 more words


Witley, August 15, 1917

Wednesday     Slept in this am F.P. after Breakfast did a little work the Bty has gone out this afternoon to pose for a picture by the author of The Birth of a Nation which I went up to see this p.m.  266 more words


Witley, August 14, 1917

Tuesday          I felt pretty sick and was so this morning did not get up till noon The Bty was out the final march past by the Duke of Con  feeling much better this afternoon I went out & did a little work[.] on F.P. 156 more words


Drones monitor orientation at NUS

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

As students mingled and jostled in a typical rowdy freshmen orientation camp, a drone hovered over them, monitoring their behaviour.

The National University of Singapore (NUS) said a drone each was used at two engineering on-campus camps in June on a trial basis to monitor students and to assess whether they would be effective in replacing in-person spot checks. 643 more words

Current Affairs

Park Life

Being homeless is like being a refugee in your own land. Refugees have camps. Why do homeless people not have homeless camps? We are, after all, internal refugees. 1,040 more words

Witley, August 13, 1917

Monday         Nothing much doing today cleaning up a bit Expect to go away shortly Paid this afternoon went out to Wormley tonight shall send my first diary home to-morrow… 99 more words