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Now we put one Foot in front of the Other. And that maybe for our daily Read More
You know it's hard to decide if you want to Walk the Long Road. Even if Read More
Have you ever try to make Plans or either put things in order so your Read More

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Humorous, scientifically supported explanations for why many women struggle to read maps. This single essay could save your next vacation (or current marriage). Read More
Now God gave us the ability to hear with are Ears, to see with are Eyes and Read More

Poem / Humor

November 01, 2013

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The whole poem is complete nonsense, it just rhymes, and within the poem itself it states its purpose...Here's my defense: ..."I hear your laughter"...so..."when folks are down, with one big frown, it never hurts he who takes a curtsy," if someone makes a fool of himself if he can lift… Read More

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Let’s face it, no matter where you go, there are horrible drivers. Personally, we think that Pittsburgh is by far the worst place to drive due to the drivers around us. Oh yes, I have driven in New York and Philadelphia, along with areas in the whole east coast. Yet… Read More

Poem / Riddles

October 01, 2011

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A humorous take on how humans can follow instructions. Things required to complete: Paper Pen/Pencil A glass of water (trust me) A brain To be able to say 'supercallafragelisticexpialadocious' Read More

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[b]A Glee fan-fiction[/b] Kurt and everyone in the Glee Club is turned upside-down after Blaine transfers to McKinley High after he is kicked out by his dad. Read More

Poem / Young Adult

October 20, 2008

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Comments: 6

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It has to do with 4 people drawing away from me. Read More
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