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Happy Summer!

Longer days and shorter nights…Today marks the start of the summer solstice.

The term “solstice” is derived from the Latin words sol (sun) and sistere (to stand still). 236 more words

Joanne Guidoccio

Poetry in a Void 

Somewhere in between worlds I reside
Floating in the void

Of the infinite mind
I, an explorer eternal

I seek time
In this sea of eternity… 80 more words

Poetry

Quote A Week Tuesday (2017-11-13)

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Quote of the week:

“If you don’t have anything nice to say, move along ;)”

Serial

From the Sharpened Tongue of Dorothy Parker

Dorothy Parker (August 22, 1893 – June 7, 1967) was a master of words and knew how to use them to make a point. As a critic, poet, and essayist, everything and everyone was fair game for her brilliant and ruthless prose. 845 more words

Entertainment

Quote a Week Tuesday 2017-05-16 (two)

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Quote a Week Tuesday

For this week’s quote, I have chosen two apt but funny ones: Enjoy!

“As I’ve grown older, 21 more words

Serials

Quote a Week Tuesday 2017-05-16

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Quote a Week Tuesday

For this week’s quote, I have chosen two apt but funny ones: Enjoy!

“I am thankful for all those difficult people in my life; 12 more words

Serials

A Jimmy Carter Kind of Baptist

After the positive Facebook and Blog responses to my experiences this past week in Plains, Georgia, with President and Mrs. Jimmy Carter, I’d like to say something about their Baptist-ness! 601 more words

Faith/Spirituality