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Table of Enough

Today is Thanksgiving here in the US.  I was going to muse on why we still celebrate this holiday–a holiday that continues to glamorize Native American genocide, food waste, shopping for shit we don’t need, and canned cream of mushroom soup. 526 more words


A tOuCh Of HiStOrY

This post is aimed at the most advanced readers. So our advanced group has been working on a painting from Victor Arnautoff, a Russian-American painter. The painting (actually, I should say the mural) is called City Life, and it depicts the carefree (or perhaps careless) life in San Francisco during the 20’s. 635 more words


I Fall In Love On The Subway

To you:

I saw you on the subway.

I’ve always dreamed of being the kind of person who would go up to strangers on the subway… 335 more words

The Comforts of Home

What’s better than being home on Thanksgiving? Wishing all my readers a wonderful day!

A little flashback… Originally posted in the Tri-City News.

The first time I had an ear infection since I was a toddler was when I was a freshman in college. 314 more words

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Heaven Is A Place On Earth

“And we’re spinning with the stars above and you lift me up in a wave of love.”-Belinda Carlisle

I mean but really. Heaven is truly a place on earth and that place is mile 26.21. 177 more words