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Innocence for some

The op-ed “Let Black Kids Just be Kids” appearing in today’s New York Times addresses the racialized notions of innocence and corruption and children that have dominated American culture since the mid-19th century: 149 more words


Guided Imagery

Edwina had been egg-less for two seasons.  She learned of the Face of Everyman; a great Shaman that lived at the Foggy Bottoms Resort and Spa.  32 more words


Thug Edwina is Peter cuireadh dúinn teacht chuig an garraí is acu chun silíní a bhaint.
Níl ach crann amháin acu, ach is iontach an méid silín atá air. 52 more words


Batbatan Island

Batbatan is another wonderful place I have been to while on this search.  As I mentioned to you in an earlier post, we chanced upon this island from a lead from a seer that said that my sister is alive and is living in this island.   431 more words



Bulalacao is one of the most beautiful places I’ve been to.  Perhaps it’s beauty is heightened by the people that we have come in contact with while we were there.   485 more words



Maria Edwina Tabucanon Rosales.   The daughter of Godofredo V. Rosales, Sr. and Rosalita Tabucanon Rosales.  The middle child with Godofredo T. Rosales, Jr. (Jun) as the eldest and Marife Rosales (me – Fe) as the youngest.   566 more words