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Them People12/01/13

 

By Carole Harris Barton I saw her on the street when I entered the coffee shop. Waiting for my drink, I silently hoped the homeless woman would be gone when ...

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For the past year or so I’ve been doing a lot of work on myself re “fear”. I’ve been delving into  “A Course In Miracles” (even facilitated a group that ...

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This can sound super hokey until you actually do it and learn to keep doing it. Knowing, deep within yourself, that you’re not a “slack off” or a “second rate” ...

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We Were Nine04/07/12

 

By Brianna Blacklock 111 Sherwood Circle, Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota. I forget the zip. I can get there without it. × “You know drinking milk makes your boobs ...

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Mitzel04/07/12

 

By Janet Richards A sauerbraten roast simmers on the stove and the pungent smell of red cabbage and spatzel permeates the air. My Austrian grandma, Mitzel, is up to her ...

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By Grace Dudley Well, here I am yet again… Sitting , pondering, hoping for answers. So many questions. Not enough answers. Why do these thoughts run through my head? Why ...

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By Paula Pitts On January 7th, I turned my moving van into the rental company at the end of a warm day, went to eat at a local place here ...

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Film Reel Memories04/07/12

 

By Emily Knott I took a photography class during my sophomore year of high school. For each assignment, I borrowed a thirty-five millimeter camera from the school to shoot a ...

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Hand Me Downs04/07/12

 

By Susan Silver “My mother is a poem I’ll never be able to write, though everything I write is a poem to my mother.” - Sharon Doubiago My fingers moved ...

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By Bridget Sampson Chatsworth, California, May 12, 2006 “Gotta interview a guy in jail,” my husband says. “Wanna come with me? “ “Jail? Me? I donʼt know, Neal. Well…maybe.” I ...

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