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Q: How'd Your Interview Go? A: Yes.

I’m attempting the somewhat terrifying task of transitioning from Peace Corps life to long-distance job-seeking for a future in New York City. To go back to the beginning of this story of transition, … 988 more words

Tuck and Roll

When something terrible happens in our lives, something really bad that takes our breath away, something that shocks us, and frightens us, our initial response to coping with it might be to push it out of our minds, and refuse to think about it. 505 more words

Courage

BIBLE DAILY DEVOTIONAL - 2 Kings 9 - 11 - Unfinished business

Unfinished business: 2 Kings 9-11

By Dr Bob Dellinger

https://oneyeardevotional.wordpress.com/2014/04/22/god-brings-justice-2-kings-9-11/

Today’s reading: 2 Kings 9-11.

If you have children, you know what matters most is what they do – not what they say they are going to do. 484 more words

A CLICK A BLESSING TODAY

Hobby projects, @Wild West exodus lawmen starter box opening 

So, I’ve been playing Wild West Exodus by Outlaw Miniatures for some time now. I started off with the lawmen half of the two player starter box (a fantastic deal) and aside from a Gyrocopter and some mines haven’t added to the force. 549 more words

Hobby Projects

Coming Soon to Blu-Ray and DVD: Justified, Unfinished Business, Orphan Black, McFarland USA, and More

While we provide you with a list of available new releases Now Available to Own every Tuesday, Coming Soon to Blu-ray and DVD looks at all of the recent home video announcements. 989 more words

Blu-Ray And DVD

Unfinished Business: "Rage Monster"

My rage was like a living creature, a dragon kept leashed with thick chains around its neck. It pulsed between heartbeats, simmering below the surface while my face bore a mask as immobile as stone. 114 more words

Fiction

TBR Challenge: Unfinished Business, by Karyn Langhorne

This month’s theme for the TBR Challenge is Contemporary, and I pulled Karyn Langhorne’s Unfinished Business (published in 2007) from the pile because I felt it was time for a romance in my “read more authors of color” rotation. 893 more words

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