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Trying Not to Cry

Graduations are happy occasions – a celebration of dedication, effort, & self-discipline. I keep telling myself that while trying not to cry this morning. Truth is, I’m both happy and terrified for my son as he graduates. 58 more words

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Rebellion on Aquore, Chapter 3: Meetings and Confrontations

Tyler snuck over to the gate of the palace with his pickaxe gripped tightly in his hands. He peered through the gate and smiled. The guards were patrolling a different part of the grounds at this time, just like they did every time Tyler had come to stake the grounds out. 2,041 more words

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What's in a song?: Måns Zelmerlöw – Heroes (Eurovision special)

A quick disclaimer before I begin: I currently live in Sweden. They do things differently here. Take the Eurovision as a completely random example; before getting to the finals in Vienna, Måns Zelmerlöw had had to get through two rounds of the… 689 more words

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Zero of the Storm #2: 4 Tips for First-Time MOBA Players

Full disclosure: I’m not a veteran MOBA player. In fact, if you read my last post about MOBA’s, you’d know that I don’t exactly have the most experience just yet. 818 more words

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Twilight 

This is an excerpt from a story I am currently writing. I may publish more of it in the future as it comes along.

Exterior. The mean streets of Los Angeles. 1,558 more words

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Power & Skill

Among the many ways to classify superheroes, one could draw a line between those who are skilled and those who are powerful. Though not a perfect means of classification, there is ample evidence to suggest that within the DC Universe, skill and power largely exist at opposite ends of a spectrum. 954 more words

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One Down


Sydney graduated tonight; I’m so proud of her! She worked hard to graduate early, earning two scholarships in the process. She plans to study nursing and I think she’ll find great success in the medical field.

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