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I Do Wait

Every day, every sunset, every wake in the middle of the night,

the notion comes to mind,

I do when walking down a lonely hallway, 184 more words

Poetry

Fit Mama, Fit Baby

PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) – It’s important to take care of yourself when you’re expecting, and that means taking good care of your body for you and your baby!   52 more words

HR Show

Make It Happen

We live in a world full of expectations, expectations that would lead us to frustrations. We live in a world where in we are obliged to make a living and with this there are a lot of sacrifices to be made, including our own dreams. 56 more words

As Venice draws nearer

As Venice draws nearer the end is nigh. Before long those T-Shirts that haven’t made it on the trip to the Venetian Riviera will very soon accompanying me on a very bright and beautiful new beginning in the Middle East. 433 more words

Film Review: 'One Cut, One Life'

When Ed Pincus (“Black Natchez,” “Diaries 1971-76”), the oft-proclaimed father of the first-person documentary, was diagnosed with a lethal bone marrow disease, he decided to chronicle his post-diagnostic existence from two separate but intersecting points of view: his own and that of his sometime muse/collaborator Lucia Small, herself still reeling from the violent deaths of her two closest friends.  587 more words

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