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2 sides - Love & Doubt

Every story has two sides,
And when I told her I was a hopeless romantic; with hesitation, to my words, she did abide.

But then I began to ask myself this: 25 more words

Just Asking... (Will you use your past hurts and pains to help someone else?)

If a person lives long enough, he will experience some type of hurt or pain. He may wonder why a particular thing has come upon him, but regardless the reason, he must decide how he will respond to the uncomfortable situation. 260 more words

Motivational

How the Monro Pub and Their Corporate Bartender Changed My Life-June 27th (and more)

There isn’t actually that much to say about June 27th because I was only in the Pub for about five minutes. I should change that, there isn’t much to recap in terms of the actual interaction between CB and I (or is that CB and me-I never know which is which) because I was only there for a short period of time, but there is a lot to say about that time period. 1,045 more words

You Must Believe

You all know I have turn to spirituality in my “senior” years helping me to cope with my life. I believe life happens to all of us and it is the way we choose to handle our negative experiences, is the topic of today’s blog post. 185 more words

The Alligator and the Ice Cream Cone

(This script is a Quarter Finalist in the 2012 STORYPROS International Scriptwriting Competition)
Competition analysis presented below
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(A finalist in the Bloody Hero International Screenwriting Contest) 564 more words

Requesting Prayers

Last Wednesday my cousin was in a severe car crash. He underwent a nine hour surgery to correct damage to his facial muscles. He is breathing via a ventilator through a tracheotomy. 84 more words

Pa. Lawmaker Says He'll Rewrite 'Mental Anguish' Law, If Necessary

By Tony Romeo

HARRISBURG, Pa. (CBS) — The sponsor of a Pennsylvania law aimed at preventing offenders from causing mental anguish to crime victims and their loved ones says he’ll write a new bill, if necessary, now that a federal judge has ruled that the law violates free speech. 163 more words

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