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Simple Fun

This photo reminds me of the fun we used to have playing outdoors. I think every kid likes having a ride in a wheelbarrow. Dad must have been fit, he’s pushing not only a bag of chook food but also three kids. 193 more words



I am from literature, lyrics and lullaby’s,

from fork decorated peanut butter cookies and grandma’s sweet potato pie.

I am from weeping willows whose trunks were a resting place in a game of tag, 186 more words


Március 26 // March 26

Első nap munkanélküliként. Első napom Japánban. Szép párhuzam. Egyszerre 2 időszál kísér engem ma, ahogy új életet kezdtem ma, 2014-ben, meg most újból 2015-ben.

Először azzal a tudattal keltem fel ma reggel az ágyból, hogy nem kell bemennem az irodába, aztán a nap végén meg Tokyo-ban egy koliban hajtottam először álomra a fejemet, akkor még egyáltalán nem tudva, hogy milyen is lesz odakinn… Mélyvíz, mélyvíz. 1,333 more words

General Everyday Stuff

I had a flashback tonight

Two years ago I was at a get together/”party” with a few people. Everyone was a little drunk, possibly a little high, hanging out in a garage with a few lawn chairs in a circle and a beer pong table set up. 208 more words


Neighbours and friends

My mother always said she never needed a psychiatrist because she always had good neighbours. Of course in those days, we didn’t know much about mental illness, and I doubt  that she ever seriously considered psychiatry, but it is an indication of how important the ladies next door were in her life. 318 more words


Top Ten Tuesday: Memories of my youth...

Welcome to another contribution to the wildly popular blog meme, Top Ten Tuesday.  This week’s topic:

March 24: Top 10 Books From My Childhood (Or teen years) That I Would Love To Revisit…

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the saddest thing

about her,

is that she thought you were worth something.


She thought

you were one of the good ones.

Even when you proved all her friends right. 248 more words