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I’ve Always Known

I’ve known I was Black since the beginning…but it was nothing I ever shied away from. I considered myself lucky and set apart in my average, suburban, Chicago town and in my small, small school but I only felt that way because my parents told me I was. 1,234 more words

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"Only the educated are free."

quote by Epictetus. Timberglen Toastmasters meets virtually online via Zoom on Saturday 1:50-3:30 PM. Learn leadership skills to take your professional life to the next level.

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Madness And Sadness And Gladness, (and Sorrowful Joy)

Took Me A Day And A Half,
But I have finally finished watching
“The Dresser” (for the 20th time)
(I don’t like to rush things) 109 more words

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The Edge of the Hill Country

Steep Hill, FM 2222 – Austin, Texas

Austin is located on the eastern edge of the vast undulating lands known as the Texas Hill Country. Thus, half of Austin is on flat prairie, and the other half is hilly. 175 more words

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Tropical Depression Eleven Forms In The Atlantic

An area of low pressure located about 900 miles west-southwest of the Cabo Verde Islands became Tropical Depression 11 on Tuesday.

Tropical Depression is expected to become tropical storm Josephine before it approaches the Virgin Islands this weekend. 22 more words

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Brit's Summer Travel Series: Fredericksburg, Texas

Howdy, friends! This week we are traveling to the idyllic Hill Country town of Fredericksburg, Texas. Fredericksburg is an ideal destination for Texans, as it is nestled in between Austin and San Antonio and a quick drive from Dallas and Houston as well. 610 more words

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