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Sharing Terror

When I was pregnant with my second son while walking home one night I literally stepped into a violent crime that left one man dead and sent another away to prison for the rest of his life. 1,245 more words

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Fish Crow

It landed on a small and flimsy tendril of tree

The weight of her causing limb to sway; a swing

Caught spying a mystery to far to contemplate… 36 more words

Poeticly Speaking

Quote for Today: Yuyuko Takemiya

There is something in this world which no one has ever seen.

It is soft and sweet.

If it is spotted, I’m sure everyone will want to have it, 56 more words

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Yearbook Entry

Hi Sir, hope everything’s well,
Basically, I’m the one that’s been given the incredibly fun job of organising the yearbook pretty much single handedly but the basic point is that there was a big demand to include yourself as one of the teachers that writes a little something in it. 2,683 more words
Essays

The Lake

It was now Monday morning and we were staying at Karin and Bill’s house at Lake Atitlán. Marco and Bill are architects and business partners. The house is tucked beside the rustic hotel… 427 more words

Friends

Learning Through Tinkering: Pulling Nails

In lieu having read an older New York Times article of the same title….

Korea’s new generation has a notorious anti DIY culture when it comes to anything needing physicality or tools however I must give shout out to the random few who break this norm, like the owner of  524 more words

Life

LGBTQ Push Back Giveaway 2015

Love is Love is Love

Allow me to state once and for all, I am a STRONG supporter of equal rights for EVERYONE. Likewise, I usually allow folks with a differing opinion to enjoy every bit of their personal opinion – as long as they don’t try to shove it down my throat, or the throats of anyone else, OR decide to legislate their personal beliefs into a public policy. 1,023 more words

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