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I met Madie around eight or nine years ago. I had gone to a little place called “Blue Dog”,  with a few friends, because a friend was DJing, that night. 536 more words

Give Her What She Deserves

Since I was as young as five years old, I was told to sit with my legs crossed, because god forbid if anyone sees what’s between my thighs. 671 more words

The Losers Bring Britain Together

Hello, this post comes out with a heavy heart.

Our whole country feels sadness today, for those caught up in a shocking attack on Manchester, one of our greatest cities.  349 more words


Just Words

Just Words

Today is yet another of those days in life when any words are empty, banal, unimportant but somehow today seem equally necessary. Since I have not yet suffered first hand the atrocity of war or seen a loved one ripped from my side by violence or lost a child to either accident or illness I am probably one of many millions least qualified to comment and yet by nature of shared humanity, imagination, overwhelming compassion and sadness I found myself silent again this morning on hearing of another terrible end to innocent human life. 374 more words

Edenbray Essays

Standing United Against Terror.

Terror attacks have been happening for years and years now only now they’re starting to really come out into the public eye and more frighteningly closer to home. 248 more words


Wifey Status

Recap from this weekend—one of my good friends got married! Her wedding was absolutely beautiful, and of course, so was she. It is always a good time when my college friends and I get together. 613 more words

No post - Manchester Arena tragedy

I’m not going to write a post today.  Please remember those who have lost people they love, the injured and those who care for and about them. 20 more words