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Captain's Log, Parenthood Date: 1671

Today is a dark day. I have learned a valuable, extraordinarily painful lesson:

No matter how high the shelf, no matter how great the obstacles, no matter how little time I dare have my back turned… A bottle of nail lacquer is never safe on the island. 9 more words

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Sunday

March 19, 2017
(My Birthday Day!!!! HBDD ME!!!!)

7:10 P.M.

NEW ORLEANS… 1,317 more words

The Blackwoman In America

Capitan's Log: Beauty and the Bullshit 

So I saw that movie everyone is talking about, and I have some thought things, hence this, which will be a bit off the cuff. Not a formal review or essay pre se, but a personal expression of personal thoughts. 2,971 more words

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Captain's Log, Parenthood Date: 1667

Today is the day we honor St. Patrick. In my culture, celebrations include activities such as parades,  wearing green, sharing portraits of  (supposedly) fabled leprechauns with friends, and imbibing copious amounts of ale. 123 more words

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Thursday

March 16, 2017

Late Afternoon

NEW ORLEANS

Bismillahi Rahmani Rahim

I was going to make this a blog, but I feel like being brutally honest and i can’t be that open and honest with my readers. 1,083 more words

The Blackwoman In America

Captain's Log, Weekly Digest 86

A summary of the past week of posts to my in-character Star Trek Online Tumblr, chronicling the adventures of E.N. Morwen, a science-loving and thoughtful young woman trapped in a galaxy of warring space giants. 56 more words

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Captain's Log, Parenthood Date: 1666

At least one of the tiny natives appears to have manifested a new power: the ability to manipulate and multiply liquid. It seems impossible, and yet I can think of no other explanation for the current state of the island. 111 more words

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