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Note: This is the last of the guest posts during this week since I have been out of the country. I appreciate Susannah, Janet, Gina and David doing this and I hope you clicked the link to their blogs as … Continue reading

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Cee’s Which Way Challenge is geared toward paths this week. Please, note that there is no specific theme for this challenge.  Your entry simply needs to be some sort of Which Way.  The possibilities are endless.  Here is a list of possible … Continue reading

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Sixteen years ago today I lost my brother Kevin to Colo-Rectal Cancer. He was 29 and my only sibling. His death was a seminal moment in my life, the kind of experience you just cannot fathom before it actually occurs. … Continue reading

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‎1/5/13- Daily Prompt: The moment you knew you were no longer a child Today’s genre is Non-Fiction The moment I knew I was no longer a child was on a Thursday in 1977. I was twelve years old and riding … Continue reading

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I try to read a few blogs every morning as it allows me to hear other voices. During my time on WP I have read some wonderful work by other writers. One of these writers is Kim Ling (I think … Continue reading

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It seemed an eternity and a moment at the same time as the white school bus propelled by Professor Emmett brown’s flux capacitor made the transition from 2012 to the year 650, the time Brown identified as the correct year … Continue reading

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If you have a sister or a brother you should count yourself lucky. That kind of connection is forged through years of shared moments, both good and bad that form an unbreakable bond. The dictionary definition will say it is … Continue reading

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It is hard for me to believe when those brilliant fellows gathered to create our nation 236 odd years ago that they imagined the Unites States Congress functioning or should I say malfunctioning in the manner it does today. Among … Continue reading

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