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Me Among Pilgrims

The gate doors of the flight to Berlin and the flight to Jeddah opened at the same time.

Some time before that I said goodbye to my family and was walking through Istanbul airport to catch my flight to Berlin after I had assured grandma often enough that I would surely message her once I got home save and sound. 532 more words

The Roads Yet Travelled

Pocahontas, Girl of Jamestown 

Hello reader! Do you want to read another good book with S. Thorn? Well, let’s get started! I just read Pocahontas, Girl of Jamestown. It was a really interesting book. 220 more words

Rush Revere

Hi, S. Thorn here. Ready to dive into a new BOOK? I just read Rush Revere and The Brave Pilgrims by Rush Limbaugh. It was a very interesting BOOK! 249 more words

Thanksgiving on Thursday

Hello reader. Ready to start a new book? Let’s go read it. I just read one of Mary Pope Osborne’s Magic Tree House books, Thanksgiving on Thursday. 273 more words

Ancestry Fans on Facebook

During the exciting and educational April #NaPoWriMo I managed to kick out 30 poems in 30 days.   I will follow the poets I met because they make my days richer with only short bursts of time invested. 458 more words


6 Things You've Blindly Assumed About Puritans Your Entire Life That Are Actually Dead Wrong

The word ‘Puritan’ has been associated¬†with prudishness, self-denial, buckle-shoed boredom, and hatred of sex for centuries. Broadly, we use it to refer to anyone who’s uptight or overly conservative. 1,051 more words

Boston United stand firm in play-off drama

Chorley faced off against Boston United at Victory Park as the first play-off semi-final tie ended goalless. Boston United performed admirably defensively as they soaked up plenty of pressure from Chorley in the latter parts of the match to claim a valuable point. 329 more words