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I Cry Every Opera Season

I Cry Every Opera Season

“I know one thing: that I know nothing.” Socrates

I was not born with a manual. I tried to be the best daughter, girlfriend, wife, mother and friend that I could. 752 more words


The Moment I Realized My Interview Was Fake -- Because They Already Hired Someone

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Dear Liz,

I’ve been working in Business Development for almost 25 years. I’ve worked in startups and multinational companies.

I got a call from a recruiter about a company that was spinning off from a larger vendor. 367 more words

Money Matters

That moment

In the wet,

We met,

The world stopped,

Your eyes became a cop.

I felt so special,

Like I am in the castle,

Whole day spent, 37 more words


Michael Hughes & Zerlin M on Top Again at Mediterranean Equestrian Tour CSI 2*

Michael Hughes (USA) & Zerlin M registered their second major victory of the week by claiming top honors in the Gold 3 1.45m jump-off class yesterday during Sprint MET III at the Mediterranean Equestrian Tour in Oliva Nova, Spain. 108 more words


Before We Met Book

BEFORE WE MET. by MORE BY LUCIE WHITEHOUSE. Fiction. our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and Before We Met A Novel (Book) : Whitehouse, Lucie : Hannah, independent, headstrong, and determined not to follow in the footsteps of her bitterly divorced mother, has always avoided commitment. 516 more words


Warm days expected in second half of March: Met Service

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: Temperatures could reach up to 35 degrees Celsius on some days in the second half of March, said the Meteorological Service Singapore on Friday (Mar 16) in its fortnightly update.  130 more words

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Opportunities for collaboration: building storyworlds

So, I’m not in Iceland as I’d planned to be. A cracked cockpit windshield, several hours of waiting, and a determinedly cheerful, “Flight cancelled! Come back tomorrow, and we’ll have it fixed!” were one way to spend a Wednesday night. 802 more words

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