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Protecting the Environment

I’ve always been an environmentalist. I will soon be living, at least part of each year, in an area where protecting wetlands, and the plants and animals that live within them, is of vital importance. This may be difficult since

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#SoCS – 03/25/2017

What is it about eccentric personalities? I’ve known my share and liked most of them. When I met a person once who was to become one of my best friends, he didn’t immediately strike me as an eccentric. It was

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Journaling #1

This is not my usual story, but just my thoughts this morning. It’s a nice morning in Kentucky. It’s 55F degrees at 8 a.m. It’s supposed to warm up to 70F degrees today which is going to be a wonderful

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The Big House

I still walk by the big house behind the fence every day. It’s empty now. My mother lived in that house with her parents and her brother. After I was born, I lived with her, but then I went to

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I Can See for Miles…..Farther!

My name is Liz and I told my story here last fall in a story calledĀ I Can See for Miles. I didn’t use my name then because I was so humiliated and embarrassed. I can use my name now. Yes,

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Friends

John decided to warm up while Carl and Scotty bought their train tickets. The train ran much later tonight, but they had to get their seats. They wanted to entertain the crowd and maybe make a little money while they

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Label

When I saw the prompt from the daily post today, I just had to write a short post about it because it is the word label. That word, in certain contexts, has always bothered me. Allow me to explain. When

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#weekendcoffeeshare 03/18/2017

Stages in our Lives Good morning and welcome to the #weekendcoffeeshare! It’s been cold this week, especially cold for mid-March. I have both Arabica and Robusta coffee for you today! Also decaf, of course. I have some special black tea,

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Three Things Thursday

Three Things Thursday, sponsored by NerdintheBrainĀ , is a little challenge where we post three things that are making us smile this week. So here goes: ONE This is a picture of Dolphins in Pine Island Sound, where we will be

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The Moonshiners

“Barney, be quiet, for God’s sake. Don’t alert the whole county that we’re out here,” Lester whispered. “I’m trying, Lester, but the leaves and limbs on this forest floor make noise when you walk on them.” “The moonshine still is

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