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A Heretic Among Us

Christmas had come again to my family home with my mother’s ever-growing collection of ceramic nativity figures, the Carpenters on the radio, and the smell of Pumpkin Latte hand soap coming from the bathroom down the hall. 313 more words


The Endless Surprises Of Memory

Memory is a truly wondrous thing. A couple of weeks ago, I met an old friend’s younger brother for lunch in midtown Manhattan; we were meeting after over thirty years. 496 more words


Under A Black Star by Jean Milone

Ages 18+

This memoir was written as fulfillment of a dying wish to the author’s mother. Eighty-nine-year-old Jean Milone wrote the story of her mother’s life. 31 more words




Our fast-paced lives leave little time to contemplate. These Micro Moments are designed to entertain in a few words, read them slowly and savour the essence. 67 more words


And so...

I am back on Facebook. Although I am, I won’t be that active anymore. So, to all my friends, don’t expect an instant reply. I am not installing messenger on my phone. 45 more words



I have a higher sense of intuition than any other person I’ve ever come to meet. I can sense what people are feeling and any fluctuation, change or deviation of those feelings. 377 more words


Memoir Entry 9: Signing a lease, Getting sick, Tinder

5:15 p.m.

Well, I’ve done it. I signed my lease for a studio apartment next year. I’m super excited honestly, even though the complex is a little further away from campus, it more than makes up for it in amenities and the actual rooms themselves. 828 more words