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The Way We Were: Excerpt

Ok guys, I’ve been typing up my handwritten first draft of the NA fantasy novel that I’ve had in the works for over a year now. 513 more words


Men Who Lead You to Sexually Identify As Crying.

Women are relatively forgiving and resilient beings. Just as a pussy can take a pounding, so, too, can a woman’s psyche. And yet, there are still only so many times a female can endure the suffering inflicted upon her by “men” that would prefer to “be free” or “explore other options” in his arsenal of potential fucks masquerading as semi-permanent girlfriends. 133 more words

15 Great Oscar-Winning Songs!: "The Way We Were"

When you’re a music fan who was born in 1970 it’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that the period of time between the social unrest of the late sixties and the cynicism and despair which were expressed by punk was mostly made up of soft rock platitudes. 670 more words


Carrie Bradshaw, Barbra Streisand and Guilty

Although my posts often follow on from each other and are somewhat related, the two I wrote last week (from my sickbed) were very different indeed with no obvious link at all. 1,241 more words

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Smorgasbord Health - Seasonal Affective Disorder - Part One - The way we were!

Reblogged from Smorgasbord Invitation. CLICK THROUGH to the ORIGINAL POST for some enlightening information.

On the off chance that some eminent scientist involved in the extensive research over many years into the cause of Seasonal Affective Disorder might stumble upon my blog……..you never know!!! 15 more words

Encore! Encore!

Healing For Broken Relationships

Sometimes relationships end painfully. It may be a lost love, the end of a marriage or a friendship.

We may spend many moments of our life, turning over and over in our mind what went wrong. 478 more words


The Way We Were

Opposites attract as Barbra Streisand as Katie Morosky, a fierce, militant Marxist student who is very vocal in her political views on the ongoing Spanish Civil War and Robert Redford as Hubbell Gardiner, a stereotypical athletic, privileged, apolitical, popular student find each other shortly after graduating University near the end of the Second World War. 235 more words