Tag: Boston

Share your Story

Join Cee this Monday, July 9, 2018 and share your world… What would you name the autobiography of your life? Meet Me Outside Which do you prefer sweet, salty or buttery?  Salty. What’s the finest education? Although experience is the greatest teacher, it is often harsh. Reading living books as per the Charlotte Mason philosophy.…

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control the message

it really is all about control if i lose control -of myself you certainly will try to control me Like this lady, i enjoyed my day at the Museum of Fine Arts. It was the last weekend of a Klimt/Schiele exhibit i did not want to miss. My fav Klimt drawing exhibited. The innocence and…

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Steff: Andie, you’re a bitch. (From “Pretty in Pink”)Bitchin’ Now and only now, after all this time I understand how the other half of the world lives. Do I remember what it was like at the peak of my depression? Or my inability to leave the house ravished by anxiety? Barely. How fitting to turn…

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Boston Doors

Thursday Doors – Door Lovers Now that I am in a new locale, I can hardly wait to share Boston doors -another door paradise! When one door shuts, another opens. I have found this to be true. Except I am waiting for the last door opened, to shut! Please, someone buy our house in Indiana!…

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The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Lines 1-93 heading out of Boston. 4/27/2018 Old North Church. Boston. 4/28/2018 Random building. Random Street. North End Boston. 4/28/2018 Found out the name of one of the widest cable-stayed bridges in the world: Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge. There will be plenty of photos of this…

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Here at last

Sigh. We finally made it to Boston! Well, on Wednesday we did. I have been wakened from a deep slumber. It may have been a slow emerging but the move was not a gentle stirring. My life as i knew it has drastically shifted. I believe for the better. While it seriously has been difficult…

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I am not crumpled paper nor a compost heap. I am not your conscience nor the books at your feet. I am a power growing, a ripple in your wave. I am a secret warrior unafraid of my grave.

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the plight of poetry

Two important things that matter to me are poetry and future writers. Evie @hideawayroom Also I feel that being a teenager… Sometimes adults don’t think that we are mature enough to GET somethings. Sometimes adults think that are opinions and ideas are stupid or unreasonable just because we are younger then them. But what they…

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Then sings my soul!

Do not be afraid of those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Rather, be afraid of the One who can destroy both soul and body in hell. Matthew 10:28 It is a dreadful thing to fall into the hands of the living God. Hebrews 10:31 See to it, brothers and sisters, that…

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