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What to watch for: Eagles vs. Lions in Week 5

The undefeated Philadelphia Eagles return to action following their bye this week against Detroit. The Lions have struggled out of the gate, clawing their way to a 1-3 start.  677 more words

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Who to pull for as an Eagles fan in Week 5

The Eagles are definitely in a good spot heading into the fifth week of the NFL season. While many didn’t see this 3-0 start coming, it’s certainly a fantastic spot to be in. 347 more words

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Eagles vs. Lions injury report: Bennie Logan limited in practice

For the first time this season, the Philadelphia Eagles had every player fully take part in practice . Doug Pederson said the team is fully healthy during his press conference before practice Wednesday. 224 more words

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Reflection in the time of violets

I can see the sleepness nights stretched across my brow and hanging like stars beneath the ocean moon of my eyes. The corn rows of my eyebrows still young, questioning everything. 195 more words

Enough is Enough - NaPoWriMo 2016 - Day 24

Enough is Enough

This weakness I suffer from
ailurophile, though this lassitude,
an elixir mostly for one alone
and her name is Slippers Cat.
Selecting her, I write a poem… 257 more words

Yeah, okay Mullen

NaPoWriMo Day 24
Prompt: Use overly poetic and everyday words

This exercise was to try and get me to keep my poetry grounded. My poetry is abstract and I’m writing a bit like Mullen the last couple of days and in this particular way, even after I’ve told people that I despise the use of the three periods in poetry because it reminds me of poorly written text messages. 115 more words


A Review of The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making (Fairyland #1), by Catherynne M. Valente

Goodreads Rating: 3.97 Stars
247 Pages
Feiwel & Friends Publishing
Get a copy here!

Twelve-year-old September lives in Omaha, and used to have an ordinary life, until her father went to war and her mother went to work. 918 more words