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Adrift

adjective, adverb

1. floating without control;drifting; not anchored or moored:

The survivors were adrift in the rowboat for three days.

2. lacking aim, direction, or stability. 418 more words

Wellness

30/365: Naked

I need to learn to live with less.
I look around me and I see things.
Things that I don’t particularly need, but I have and want. 540 more words

Self

Passage

A look back in time,
I was a tall, slender figure
Leaning against
a thicker planted post.
my limbs stretched over
A crossed skeleton
supported by the post: 111 more words

Blog

No More of the Same Old.....

So I hit a landmark birthday, I felt it, it didn’t slip by, it was like a big old train steaming through… I looked out of its window, and I desired that fresh view. 133 more words

Change joke

What do you call when Barack Obama updates a videogame?

Change we can believe in!

Videogames

Where the Fun and Challenge Is

Ultimately what makes software testing fun and challenging is because it needs you to interact with people. You have to talk to both the software development team and the application users. 171 more words

Software Tester