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Blood For a Price

This has all become
a bit of an old joke.

Waiting in the shade of an old elm
cascaded by thin streams of warm sun… 37 more words

Poem

More American Than Apple Pie

The phrase “as American as apple pie” describes something or someone that is typical of the U.S. or the people of the U.S., so is a first-place apple pie then even more American than just any ordinary everyday apple pie? 348 more words

Food And Drinks

Definition of the Day 8-1-15 -- Words Cannot Describe . . .

WORDS CANNOT DESCRIBE, phr. A standard introduction to a descriptive passage that according to its author should not exist. More accurately, “My words cannot describe . 15 more words

Humor

ARC Review of Never Always Sometimes by Adi Alsaid

Hello Readers!

For today’s post, I will be writing my review for the Advanced Readers Copy of Never Always Sometimes by Adi Alsaid that I was able to get during the Harlequin Teen signing at Book Expo America. 553 more words

Book Reviews

Life's little easter eggs ©

More and more lately I am amazed at the words of wisdom in my son’s various cartoon shows and movies. I have always been aware that most cartoons carry some moral, even if only on subtle or subconscious level, but lately, or rather more accurately over the past couple of years, I have been hearing phrases that make me stop and think “Wow. 594 more words

Wonders & Ramblings

Family Camp

You might think that Family Camp sounds like a pretty weird idea. But that is because you are thinking that you will have to spend time with your family. 730 more words

Cliches

"Insulated By Thick Layers of Insensibility"

“Where men live huddled together without true communication, there seems to be greater sharing and a more genuine communion.  But this is not communion, only immersion in the general meaninglessness of countless slogans and clichés repeated over and over again so that in the end one listens without hearing and responds without thinking.

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Spirituality