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Par The Last

Shakespeare wrote “All’s Well that Ends Well.” In psychology there is a precept called the “peak-end rule” which states that the way an experience ends determines the happiness we ascribe to it. 47 more words

Golf

New Bookbug Sessions August - November 2017

Catch the reading bug at your local library!

Come along and join us for these free, fun and friendly events for babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers and their families to enjoy together. 354 more words

Bookbug

Hardness Of Heart

The hardness of heart

to which we all could fall prey

begins with a decision 

on any given day.

It’s a decision to leave

that thought in place, 13 more words

Jesus

A Collection of Colors

Splotches of orange

Patches of red

Unruly feathers on this fellow’s head.

Speckles of grey

Dashes of brown

Black bandit mask with a red flaming crown… 19 more words

Photography

Tell Me Your Story

Tell me how you had your cake and ate it on a silver plate
Tell me your story, it is never too late
Tell me the story of how you came to rise to glory… 95 more words

Poetry And Rhymes

Recite!

If my memory still serves me right, back in kindergarten, we were taught a rhyme that went like this:

“…away with coffee,
away with tea, 189 more words

Poetry

Rhyming Addiction is my Serious Affliction!

Rhyming Addiction

 

Rhyming Addiction is my Serious Affliction!

 

 

I am no longer in denial

in regards to my

word-rhyming addiction 

Keeping me awake at night, 149 more words

Awareness