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Fall in the Woods

Growing up playing in the woods all summer was wonderful. We ran over the trails and played Cowboys and Indians, Davey Crockett, and Daniel Boone. We had no video games or smartphones. 440 more words

Poetry

Looking Back 55 - A trip down memory lane pt. 2

Memories are like flood water: they never stop once they start flowing.

Case in point, a former high school teacher of mine was commenting on social media that the school had created a promotional video which included several photos of students throughout the decades. 628 more words

Looking Back

Life's Magic

I spent the Fourth of July having lunch with a friend, then responsibly cleaning, doing laundry, and ironing the fat pile of clothes that sits in my room staring at me every day. 356 more words

Random Thoughts

Life Is Tough

Life is tough, no doubt
You can see it roundabout.
Despite the obvious pains
There are possibilities of gains.

Some experiences you may wish to forget… 76 more words

POEMS

Under the Ziegler Oak

Did you ever read a poem an think, “I think I could write one like that!” Perhaps you might even have the audacity to think you could do one better! 212 more words

Poetry

Precursor to Giovanni and the start of the obsession 

I came home from Steamboat to hang out with Ken and his friends. James worked at A large birth side florist. He would work the bridal shows for them while I worked them for Sound Module. 1,148 more words

7 Habits Of People With Great Memories

Easy ways to protect and improve your memory

Protect and improve your memory the simple way: with easy lifestyle changes. To find out what habits really help, Australian researchers set up an online survey to test 29,500 people’s long-term memory (what happened 1, 5, and 20 years ago), working memory (what’s on a shopping list), and ability to hang on to others’ faces, names, and jobs. 55 more words

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