Monthly Archives: April 2019

The Deepest Scar

Love has no conscience. Love takes no blame. There is no heart that love cannot claim. Love is a trip. Even the insightful love can outwit. Love knows no reason, Nor a time and place. One love another love can … Continue reading

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Marilyn Monroe without makeup. Just wow.

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Here Are Two Examples: Hopeless And Helpless?

Originally posted on TOWER AND FLIGHTS (An AmericaOnCoffee Blog):
This picture says a thousand words about the new generation…sad Deanna Melton Cooper (a facebook share) Deanna Melton Cooper (a facebook share)

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I Am THAT Woman

Originally posted on Live Your Dreams 24/7:
Blown by the wind, flown by the waves I am the woman who listens to your raves Pushed by the passer, groped by the teaser I am the woman who lives as the pleaser…

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‘While the Bombs Fell’ by Robbie Cheadle and Elsie Hancy Eaton

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The Widow’s Son

From Caleb and Linda Pirtle: https://calebandlindapirtle.com/90515-2/?fbclid=IwAR2bD3ao3WMqfke_3jLlnsTwxC7W41oHN3XI7hLvhexLqQ0Mcho2iD87SbU The Widow’s Son by Daniel Kemp is both an intriguing piece of writing and intriguing in terms of the genre of the political thriller. Daniel Kemp has created a tightly paced, engaging narrative presenting … Continue reading

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because i am a dog.

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An adorable Shiba Inu named Ken-kun in Hokkaido, Japan remarkably runs his own sweet potato stand.  The watchful dog politely tends to whatever the customer needs, however, he is not…

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Mother’s Day – Great Start . . . Crap Finish!

Originally posted on Just Life – Jennie Orbell:
? It would have been too much to ask for a perfect day, wouldn’t it? It started well. I’d requested a Cornus plant/shrub thingy from my son, Matt, and went into great…

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