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It's Been a While...

… but here’s a blog. Sort of. It’s actually just a ‘focussed freewrite’ from the prompt Phobia I started as an example for my writing group, but it ended up being a bit longer than anticipated. 1,362 more words

Family Frolics

A National Holiday named Christmas

I’d like to take a moment to talk about holidays.  ALL holidays.  There are nine ‘no work,’ paid holidays on the American calendar:  New Year, Martin Luther King Day, President’s Day (formerly Washington’s Birthday), Easter, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.  961 more words

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towanda! or Christmas mom’s way

If you saw the movie, Fried Green Tomatoes, you probably remember the character of Evelyn Couch played by Kathy Bates. She is feeling despondent as life has become routine, her marriage is boring, she’s overweight and then she strikes up a friendship with Ninny “Idgie” Threadgoode, played beautifully by the late Jessica Tandy. 252 more words

Spirit And Personal Growth

Make a difference: VOTE

It’s election time again which means that I’m going to urge strongly that everyone gets off their duffs and heads out to exercise their constitutionally guaranteed right to vote. 895 more words

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Update on Chronic Migraine Battle - HauteAngel

It’s been a month and I have had very little pain relief from cutting fake sugars and soda from my diet. However, I know it’s good for me and I’m done with it forever. 333 more words

Spirit And Personal Growth

Scratching the Itch

They say a writer needs a reason to struggle out words upon the page in front of him. They speak as if they have bled on pen and paper and lived to tell of it, as if there are more than three ways to actually bleed on template. 1,206 more words

Writing

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Scratching The Itch by Matt Colvard on tipsylit.com

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Let’s get something straight: People with logical ways of thinking aren’t mindless robots. I’m not sure how you’re friends interact with each other, but in my small group of friends, we rely HEAVILY on Myers Briggs when discussing ours and other people’s personalities. 681 more words

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