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Perspective Shifts and My (New) Irish Heritage

March 17 is an American holiday to commemorate St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. Although it was not originally celebrated in Ireland, this day is important to Irish immigrants as a way to remember… 818 more words

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When The Agenda Shatters: The Big, Beautiful Mess of Twenty Something.

“We’ve got a whole lot of questions about everything

Where in the world are we going with all our dreams?

Running scared, running free

full of life, got no money…

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Forgotten: Finding focus in the Dissatisfaction

Hosea 13:6 reads, “When I fed them, they were satisfied; when they were satisfied, they became proud; then they forgot me.

I don’t like… 378 more words

The real, is that I don't know what I am waiting on.

It’s nerve wracking. I’m not sure what I’m working with and in a situation as precarious as mine I definitely want to know what I am working with. 194 more words

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In Between The Milestones

It’s not often that as a year begins, I can already name the major milestones the coming months will hold. This spring, I will be moving so my landlords can sell their property. 595 more words

Day To Day

TANKA #101

our constant trudging

crafting avenues of days

conquering unknowns

looking back it’s clear to see

you trekked this path before me

© Matthew Saunders

Poetry

Getting Closer

Three work weeks left for me, two and a half for Fred! It’s coming up fast! We’re making decisions about furniture (leaving more than we thought), about what to mail, what to bring in the car, using up food and trying to get our paperwork lives in order. 109 more words

Jonelle