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Slippery Slope


It was second grade recess on a windy day. After weeks of watching kids fearlessly hurdle down the big kid’s slide, I lined up with the others, climbed endless steps while watching the legs in front of me — and froze at the top. 408 more words

Photography

A WordPress Summit

It was a day full of “S” words when Nutsrok met up with Van by the River.

Summer.

Sunshine.

Smiles.

Suburbs.

SEPTA Stations.

Strangers on a train. 53 more words

Writing

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Profile: 'Best Body' Memoir Author

This was a powerful story to get to do. Jordan Knape, a local Highland Park grad, struggled with anorexia as a young teen. After spending years recovering from her illness, she wrote a book about her experience.

Health

Ch. 20 Trauma

30 July 2015

The past few days were actually a lot more stressful and traumatic then I realized. I tried to convince myself they weren’t but they truly did have an affect on me. 1,008 more words

Journal

Me and My Shadow (Self)

I call these pictures Me and My Shadow.

One is a photo and the other is a self-portrait.

We might call them inner self and outer self. 467 more words

Nancy Wait

Life Itself a book so boring I could Die: My Review of Life Itself By: Roger Ebert

Well, I don’t know a polite way to put it. This 409 page book was a waste of time.

Let me first start by saying I don’t know very much about Roger Ebert besides that he was a famous critic. 410 more words

Book Review

Book Review: BOSSYPANTS by Tina Fey

Before Liz Lemon, before “Weekend Update,” before “Sarah Palin,” Tina Fey was just a young girl with a dream: a recurring stress dream that she was being chased through a local airport by her middle-school gym teacher. 435 more words

Life