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Shoreline

It’s funny how music can transport you through time. I don’t know if everyone feels that way about music, but when any song comes on, I’m almost instantly taken back to the first place I heard the song with any sort of meaning, or when that song had a profound association with my life. 444 more words

It's the 4th of July!

07/04/98: Yes! It’s the 4th of July! Today I ate Cocoa Krispies for breakfast. Then I did some chores, and at 1:00 Cara came to pick me up. 131 more words

90's

Dear Jack: You’re Not Growing Up Way Too Fast

4 years, 8 months.

Dear Jack,

I’ve never felt that you are growing up too quickly. I think you’re growing up at exactly the right speed. 295 more words

Parenting

Nostalgically speaking.

People generally think that if things had lasted longer it would have been better. Things you lost must not be cherished.

Things that were taken away from you were taken away for a reason. 148 more words

Thoughts

Postcards From the Boys and Girls

In which The Author sorts some stuff out

About ten years ago Ringo Starr published a book called Postcards From the Boys (Cassell, 2005). While Mr Starr was stuck at home in the 1970s, raising a family and releasing the odd record now and then, his former bandmates were enjoying varied success across the world. 2,942 more words

Aberdare

We'll Always Have That Snowman

První dva týdny po mém příjezdu do Prahy se počasí snažilo tvářit, že žádné léto neprobíhá. Oblečení jsem musela nosit vysloveně podzimní, pršelo víc než v Londýně a asi na den nebo dva jsem koketovala s myšlenkou, že bych mohla vytáhnout svou zimní obuv. 1,248 more words

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