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Welcome to the first monthly post of 2017 elaborating on the featured photos in my “Baby Boom!” calendar. I decided to create two calendar choices for this year because I saw no way I could reasonably ignore the explosion of births at the Toronto Zoo over the previous 15 months or so, but at the same time I knew there would be a few returning customers who would prefer to purchase the style of calendar to which they had become accustomed: a general array of animals of all ages. 1,545 more words
I’m actually surprised I haven’t written about this song yet, but enough time has passed that it’s about time!
“You’re my peace of mind…”
That time we drove the rental out into the Oregon back woods, ‘where are we going?’, ‘does it matter?’, that little path we found to the creek, you looked like you were fishing upstream walking barefoot on those cold creek stones, I looked like I was drowning -terrified I might be, we crawl through the moss, you look like a real nature warrior, ‘does it look like this where you’re from?’, ‘no, does it look like this where you’re from?’, ‘no,’ 55 more words
Single mother and twenty seven year old, Nneka, is owner of the online school supply company, “Innovative Supplies.” The brand features products that represent black culture while displaying socially motivated events that are present in today’s culture. 150 more words