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Sometimes there are no words, only tears. Tears shed for the disappointments of both past and present. Tears shed for an enduring heart, which bleeds for its happy ending.

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The Life Of A Middle-aged Single Mother

A Pocketful Of Titles

I love reading other people’s blogs!

But I don’t like staring at a page and wondering where are the posts of the past. Neither do I care for seeing lists of dates that do not tell me what any of the blogger’s past articles are about. 1,136 more words

Christianity

Day 156

Today I have a big workout planned.

I’m going to do my usual treadmill warm up, high reps on the leg machines to try and build up my stamina, high weights on the arm and back machines to try and increase my strength. 154 more words

Physical Health

Ever Been A Complete Knobhead?

It is a reasonably common experience for people to make a right idiot of themselves. The more convinced and certain they are, the more likely it is that they will screw up and badly so. 309 more words

Self Discovery

Moments of Realization

And no I don’t mean this in a buddhist sense, where one realizes steps along the road to liberation, I mean it in a rather more mundane “normal” sense. 482 more words

Self Discovery

05.04.16 – End of Day Notes

What I did today: I’ve done a lot of writing today and I am exhausted from it. And I didn’t get everything I wanted to do finished. 153 more words

Face-ade

They say that necessity is the mother of invention.
Laziness, on the other hand, is the mother of progress.

The Mesopotamian civilization was starting to really flourish at around 3000 BCE – which wasn’t surprising, considering that they’d had around 7,000 years to flourish before that point. 2,772 more words

Musings