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“Adventure Awaits!”, sang the leaves As they danced from the trees In the grove near River Eden. They won’t always be smallish, these two. They will grow as the sunflowers do In the Spring, bright and bold. So I’ll take them by hand onto paths yet unknown. We’ll carve out a road that will lead […]

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Words From Another…

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I asked her quite plainly, as if it was the casual conversation of friends who had known each other for years. Or maybe the tone was one of an inquisitive child. Innocent. “Did you speak often when he was alive?” Feet dangling off the edge into the cool waters of the lake. Toes flicking, ripples. […]

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A Nature Of Nurture

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Though a decade has passed, it doesn’t feel like long ago that I was thrust into the world of parenting. At the ripe old age of 22, with flu like symptoms, I took one pregnancy test. Just one. Ladies, that apparently, is all it takes. Though my mother was convinced I needed a blood test, […]

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What About The Good Girls?

The multi-color glow from the stage lighting slices the dark atmosphere of the room, spotlighting on an unsuspecting teen before darting haphazard to the next adolescent. The air is pungent with the scent of CK One, mingled with pockets of Clinique Happy. He takes the stage, which is more of a designated area at the […]

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