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5 Things I've Learned Since Moving Out

I’ve officially been in my own first place for just over a month now (I’m still alive holy crap!)

And while, yeah I’m living the dream with my independence and all that, there’s definitely a few things I’ve realized and am continuing to learn, which I imagine will be even funnier to look back on in the future when I’m dealing with much more important things like y’know; mortgages, keeping my own offspring alive and all kinds of insurances. 688 more words


Thoughts at twenty-five

I’m coming to the end of my 25th year very shortly (I’ll be turning a whoppin’ 26 years old in just about a week’s time on January 28th), and it’s absolutely ludicrous to me to think that I have already lived with a quarter of a century now behind me. 1,153 more words

~The Things I've Learned in 2016~


ello loves!

Again this post is a little too late as it is already the ninth of January as I write this, which kind of ruins the whole ‘New Year’ vibe. 386 more words

11 Things I've Learned about Grammar & Spelling

  1. Everyday is an adjective. (Spell-check wants me to change “everyday” to two words. Don’t trust spell-check.)
  2. Every day is a noun.
  3. Spell-check cannot be trusted when it comes to possessive tense.
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Rules Of Grammar

Have you #Eduheard?

LISTEN flickr photo by brittreints shared under a Creative Commons ( BY ) license

And can you, can you imagine fifty people a day, I said fifty people a day walking in singin’ a bar of Alice’s Restaurant and walking out.

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Educational Musings

Three weeks in

My daughter has been successfully kept alive for three weeks plus a day.

I consider this to be a major victory for my wife and I.   1,143 more words


Gastroparesis: My Stomach Hates Me

There’s a lot of pain- burning, lingering, sometimes sharp depending on how I move. After I eat nausea joins in and if I dare move around like a normal person or even sit up straight my stomach contents are fighting their way back up. 679 more words

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