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Review: I Will Be Complete by Glen David Gold

This book was received as a galley at BookCon 2018. All opinions are mine. I was not paid for this review.

When Glen David Gold is 9, his parents divorce. 570 more words


Only Yesterday

It seemed only yesterday I stood with diploma in hand from UCSC with a heart full of hope and a desire ready to take action. With many of my plans fulfilled and completed and my desires satisfied I have to laugh, my life still didn’t turn out the way I expected. 39 more words


Did you ever fall off the writing or blogging wagon?

Well, as Jimi Hendrix says, ‘I have.’ It looks to me like there hasn’t been a post here for two weeks.  So what went wrong?  Summer happened and then I: 330 more words


Trying to Decide if I Am in Recovery on a Thursday Night at Walmart

It’s a Thursday afternoon and a voice in my head tells me maybe, it would be better if I didn’t eat today. I think sure, today is busy and that saves time, but honestly, how is that helpful? 460 more words

Amanda Sternklar

The Parable of the Good Mormon

Part One

I’m not a Mormon, nor am I a fan of Mormon teachings (although I know and love quite a few Mormons). But that’s not what this post is about. 508 more words

For Pastors And Teachers

Smorgasbord Laughter Lines - Hysterical Historical inaccuracies - and other mistakes..

Last year I shared some schoolboy howlers from a 1988 book compiled by William Cooke.. here is another selection. These are actual answers in school exams. 589 more words


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Daily Journal

Today was progressive as far as teaching was concerned. Was able to make the students comprehend the meaning of topographical maps. I had to read a really boring story by Saki—A Shot in the Dark. 559 more words