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Photography Assignment #5

Mary is no longer available for RV traveling, but we remain good friends.
Because we have 4,000+ postings, I’ve invited her to continue posting entries on this blog.
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Family Poems (2/16): Déjà Vu

After recently posting Unfinished Business in response to Sue Vincent’s book addiction post, and finally managing to finish Reading in the Park after only five decades, it struck me that it might be useful to post the family related poems, not in chronological order of composition, which is how they have appeared so far, but in a sequence that better reflects their chronological sequence in autobiographical time. 28 more words

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What a Lady Can Do to Get Her Prepregnancy Body Back again

Few real life events might visit as much mayhem with a female’s physical structure as becoming pregnant and also having an infant. It appears to be like virtually every single point about the girl’s appearance is actually all of a sudden up to become changed! 286 more words

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Exactly What a Girl Might Do to Get Her Prepregnancy Body Back again

Few life events can certainly bring as much chaos with a woman’s physical structure as conceiving a child and also having a baby. It appears like virtually every solitary issue about the girl’s looks is actually suddenly up to end up being changed! 286 more words

Plastic

What a Lady Could Do to Obtain Her Prepregnancy Physique Back

Few life events might bring as much mayhem about a woman’s shape as having a baby plus having an infant. It appears as if virtually any sole point about the woman’s visual appearance is certainly all of a sudden up to become altered! 269 more words

Plastic

Roommates 

Well I am not going to write much because I need to try to get sleep when I can tonight. Kenlee has a roommate tonight and it is a little 4 month old that has some good lungs. 66 more words

Surgery

Today I was supposed to start med school

Today was to be my first day of medical school. Let that sink in for a minute. Okay. Whew, it’s a tough pill to swallow for me, a suspension of a dream, one that has no guarantee of resuming. 1,689 more words