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Very Brief Letters from the War

by Ken Grobe


May 10th, 1863

To My Beloved Nathaniel,

I yearn for the day we win this damned war against the Union and you are returned home to me. 427 more words


Fun Surprises to Keep your Guests Guessing

As a guest at a wedding, you will see the same traditions at almost every wedding you attend. Once you’ve seen one wedding, you’ve seen them all right? 376 more words


Campfire Advancement

This week was our multi-unit advancement.  We went with a campfire theme based on posts from Becky’s Guiding Resources and Brownie Meeting Ideas.

We started with each unit singing their opening songs.   309 more words

Meeting Outline

This is not an awards ceremony…

We didn’t read names. No one waited for their kid to be called up to the stage, or shifted uncomfortably, longing for the program to be over. 739 more words


Dog Boy

by Hope Waggoner

There’s gurgling in my head when I close my eyes.

We used to have a little brother. He was born with dog hands and dog feet. 1,159 more words


Zombie Love

Writing a ceremony is not something that just happens.  It’s certainly not an on demand activity.  I can’t set aside a time and tell myself that I am going to write a ceremony on a Tuesday afternoon at 2.15pm.  382 more words

Brisbane Marriage Celebrant

I'll Decide

As I come into my own, I realize that it is not so much that I do not like being alone, but that I am afraid of liking being alone.  946 more words