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Blindness

That girl had been standing out there for hours now, barely moving an inch besides the occasional fidgeting around and idly walking back and forth in various shapes. 260 more words

Blogging

Nick Gets His Dream Vacation

They were just finishing lunch when Ethan asked, “Dad, could you take me to baseball practice this afternoon?”

Nick winced. “Sorry, Ethan, not today. I…have other plans.” 1,647 more words

Musings

Christine Goodnough reblogged this on Christine Composes and commented:

I posted this story on my main blog because my browser stubbornly refused to access this site. However, being fiction, it rightly belongs here. My apologies to those of you who are getting it twice.

What Tomorrow Brings

He kissed her shoulders, tucking her stray hairs farther away from her side. “I’ve never seen you like this” he whispered in her ears.

She was shocked and frozen; it was her first time and he was much more of a man than she had ever imagined. 192 more words

Poetry

Brundibar, Ledger Paper, and Artists in Extreme Circumstances

Saturday evening we went to a lecture, at Burlington City Arts, about the short opera, Brundibar: A Musical Tale. Outside, the streets were filled with people. 403 more words

Native American

Eating is a means to an end for me...

 'I'd run for 50 days and 50 nights to free the dog that is being savagely neglected.'

Live to Eat-Word Press Daily Prompt

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Writing

Then and Now

Before I started at NYU I didn’t know what to expect. I was nervous and worried that I wasn’t prepared or up to the standards of the other students since I was coming from a community college. 499 more words

New York City

Laura's Story

My name is Christine Scott. I’m a forty-six-year-old mother of five children and I grew up with a mentally disabled sister. I know Barbara was inspired when she asked me to contribute to the Uniting Caregivers blog. 944 more words

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