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I like this.

This is normal. This isn’t obsession. There’s no dying need. There’s no addiction feeling. I can go home and exist in peace and happiness and not want to bombard him with texts. 472 more words


Inside Out - E.D. with Mallory

 “Why can’t you just eat?” “Why don’t you quit eating?” “Why would anyone want to vomit after every meal? Gross!” “Why can’t you control the thoughts in your… 3,983 more words

Looking Back: Advice from Henna

What do I wish I’d known before I planned my big Indian wedding? That it all flies by so quickly! A three-day affair seems like a marathon, and it is, but you’re having so much fun that time seemed to move more quickly.

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In 1977 I discovered albums

I had always listened to pop music on the radio, Dr Don Rose on KFRC was my go to AM radio station for the latest hits of the 70’s. 340 more words

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Dear Lily,

I sang you a song, do you remember?

‘Hush little baby, dont say a word, Daddys gonna buy you a mocking bird. And if that mocking bird dont sing, mommys gonna buy you a diamond ring. 77 more words

Dads Perspective

Huronia Museum - Looking Back 60 Years Ago in North Simcoe - February 8th to 15th 1957

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 Browns Bread transport halted by glare ice on the roads has to be unloaded into smaller trucks, corner of Elizabeth Street and Midland Ave. 1,180 more words

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UNBELIEVABLE: The power of Mother Nature

MANY of you enjoyed Jane Dicken’s fascinating photos last week of Weymouth and Dorchester in all weathers.

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