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The Watermelon - I Remember

I remember last summer

You were sitting at the table

Like so many summers before

With skilled hand piercing

watermelon skin

And with a fluid motion… 180 more words


All the Nanny 911 watching has already been put to the test

It’s been a little quite around here, as always it’s only because some long posts are getting cooked.  Slowly. You have been warned of future… 695 more words


narami reblogged this on de monte y mar and commented:

For my I Remember series: Scheduling and re-scheduling Baby J's days for her two years has been fun and challenging and I have been thinking a lot about that time I taught aikido to kids. Mostly about how they nearly drove me absolutely crazy. Have a great weekend! Get active and play with your kids! (Or your neighbor's kids. Or just any kid you know. Go play!)

Bonsue TV presents the interview with Dynamyt of Wildlife Records

Anticipate his chat with Bonsue TV as he talks about all that matters to him and the industry. Stay tuned for what this talented artiste had to say about Kenyan Singer Victoria Kimani. 6 more words


I Remember: The humblest person in the world

It was my birthday and we were sitting at the table of the dorm while I opened some presents the girls had gathered for me. 714 more words


Change of Plans

I had planned on beginning this week with posts talking about the importance of reading banned books.
This is after all Banned Books Week, and it began on Sunday. 670 more words


Interview part 6: School days

Tell me about going to school in your day.

I went to a one-room country school for the first five years of my education. I actually went to kindergarten though we didn’t call it that. 1,048 more words

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I Remember: Joe

I met him when he was fourteen.  Well, maybe he was thirteen.  In any case, he looked like he was seven years old.

He was so short and thin, but there was something about his presence and the ball of hair that he carried on top of his head that made it impossible for him to go unnoticed.  700 more words