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Deja Vu all over again - dating the one who got away

The Déjà vu Date, also referred to as a the “Re Date” is a dating phenomenon widely embraced by singles today.

Dusting off your little black book… 362 more words

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A Beautiful Book

Virginia Woolf’s GARDEN. The story of the garden at Monk’s House

I was getting ready to go out to meet some friends yesterday evening and there was a loud knock on the door.

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Reading... "The Haunting of Hill House"

The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson is The Turn of the Screw of the 20th century. Written in 1959, it reads partly like a Modernist novel, with whiffs of Virginia Woolf in the inner monologues, and partly like a Gothic script in the hands of Henry James. 813 more words

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Walk for Arts' Sake

When it comes to exercise, many experts agree that walking is one of the best forms. It’s one of the easiest ways to improve blood circulation, and is gentle on the joints. 255 more words

POEMS AND FLEETING THOUTHTS: ROCKS

My pockets

Are full,

Rocks, just as Virginia’s

Predict my destiny,

But with the drought

All is dry.

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Quote of the Week

“For pleasure has no relish unless we share it.” – Virginia Wolf

Quotes

Ramble 110: That was an era of literature, this is of technology: 5 reasons why!

The grandeur and splendour of a smoke belching world, of bad red-black bricks which overpower the identity of a common man and kill it slowly, mercilessly. 392 more words

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