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Day Four: Private George Copeland

I am grateful to have had the opportunity to share the story of one soldier killed during the First World War with our tour group. I was able to present near the location Private George Copeland fought on the Somme, at what was once a sugar factory. 1,038 more words


This blog was birthed out of a conversation with a friend, who thought I was studying the wrong thing after she saw my Seoul Fashion Week pictures. 113 more words


Left Wing Self-Awareness Award, Part 2

Jon Ashworth sees the light

More credit where credit is due to Jonathan Ashworth, Labour’s Shadow Health Secretary, who took a break from leading public worship of Our Blessed NHS (genuflect) to encourage Labour activists to see Conservative voters as potential hearts and minds to be changed rather than unconsionable, amoral degenerates. 727 more words

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Middle Kids - Edge of Town

If you’re from a small town with a serious case of wanderlust, if your thoughts travel farther than your feet can take you, this song is for you. 17 more words

A Visit With Some Hogs

Oak trees met overhead making sunlight flicker on our truck as Charles drove us toward Metcalf, Georgia. A small voice behind me asked, “When will we be there, Grandaddy?” Kaison (4) and I were having a field trip with Grandaddy. 733 more words

Misty Copeland

I believe it’s important to give credit where credit is due. So today, I’m giving credit to Misty Copeland for using dance to advocate for African-American rights, healthy eating, and inclusion. 242 more words