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Don't be Proud and Pretentious

2015: WEEK 29: COIN 1

“For you are like graves which are not seen, and the men who walk over them are not aware of them.” 141 more words


Who is this Candyce person?

Hey y’all heeeyyyyyyy! I know that I’m not the only person that knew that they were DEFINITELY different than others throughout their lives. Not a necessarily weirdo different but a special different that you really couldn’t explain or describe. 570 more words


I'm that Annoying Proud Mommy

Ever been around moms who constantly talk about their children? Get tired of seeing their newest photo? Exhausted hearing, “Girl, guess what my child did!” 312 more words

Casondra Radford

The Mardi Gras Mask

Pierre Aker had moved to the Vieux Carre immediately after his discharge from the American Expeditionary Force in 1919. He had learned the art and skills of molding and firing holiday masks from a Cajun relative in the suburb of Covington, and believed he was talented enough to be successful in that trade in the city of New Orleans. 3,348 more words


Outdated Identities

When I was in high school there was a trivia contest.  As a brainiac, I was a natural pick for a team; but my teammates neglected to factor in two alarmingly pertinent details — my abysmal self-image and mortal fear of being publicly called out. 339 more words


Progress Not Perfection {Don't Give Up}

What you own, where you work, what you wear, where you live – these things do not define who you are. The culture we live in will try to convince you that you must survive life successfully in a certain way. 452 more words


When MY plans are not HIS plans

When I planned out my life in Elementary school, I had all intentions of starting a family at 22. I am so grateful those weren’t God’s plans. 630 more words

Casondra Radford