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If It Walks Like A Duck

They say, “If it walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it must be a duck.” 905 more words


The Life-Changing Magic of Not Cluttering Shit Up in the First Place.

While Dad was still living alone, not only did his house start to fall apart, but he also filled it with junk: hoarded 2-liter recyclable pop bottles, food containers, and paper – including both the contents and the corresponding envelope of every piece of mail that entered the house. 1,181 more words

Writing As Therapy

The Amazing Chef Zan

Last night one of my very good friends celebrated her birthday at ThornCreek Winery in Aurora, Oh. We ate, drank, and were merry. Once things started slowing down, my husband and I ordered our last glass of wine and were preparing to say our goodbyes. 570 more words


GUEST POST: The Musical Legacy in Ethiopia of the 1966 Visit

by David Aarons

On the 21st April 2016, at about the same time that Prince Ermias Sahle-Selassie arrived in Jamaica to mark the 50th anniversary of Emperor Haile Selassie’s visit to the island, I sat in the Villa Verde restaurant in Addis Ababa at a concert that was also held in celebration of the Emperor’s Jamaican excursion. 894 more words

UWI Museum

Driving Lessons.

As a step-mom, you have to be careful not to overstep your boundaries with the real mom; life is a constant negotiation, with strategic planning taking place around many things. 1,049 more words

Writing As Therapy

Witte Wieven

I’ve been seeing quite a few posts on Facebook lately that talk about ‘women’s wisdom’, and the idea that all women have something of a witch inside them. 513 more words

Eclectic Pagan