Monthly Archives: October 2010

Understanding

I pass through the house my heart racing with fear The presence of phantoms does fill me with dread The cries of the lonely I feel coming near I run forward quickly as not to fall dead The floor all … Continue reading

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Fall Photos

Fall is the best time to take pictures because the background is amazing. I had so much fun; I just had to share!

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‘Animal Farm’ at DreamWrights

This weekend, the stage turns into a farmyard of bickering pigs at DreamWrights Youth and Family Theatre. Thursday, Nov. 4 through Sunday Nov. 7, the Teen Highschoolers presents George Orwell’s “Animal Farm.” This adaptation by Ian Wooldridge includes pigs and … Continue reading

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ULTIMATE!

This past fall, I started playing one of the most energy-consuming sports there is — Ultimate Frisbee. Now you might say, ‘Frisbee isn’t a sport!’ If you’re thinking about going to your backyard and throwing a Frisbee around with your … Continue reading

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Bourbon During the Day

Bourbon Street in New Orleans is wild, noisy and above all, unique. But during the day tourists like myself can take in the architecture, boutiques and the local music. Literally on every street corner, there is music diversity playing for … Continue reading

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Excited for Halloween

One year I was a hunchback, another I came back from the dead to be a corpse bride, last year a mud fairy, and this year the sky. It might sound odd but the idea to go in all blue, … Continue reading

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Skinny Jeans

Boot cut, flare, skinny and now super-skinny jeans. There are jeans for every shape and size, but the ones I find most uncomfortable are super-skinny. I only have one pair, I bought them solely because I liked how they looked, … Continue reading

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Making Waves on Earth

Nighttime lies across the beach, a great blanket of darkness. I’m not afraid. Nothing can harm me. I drift over the fine sand, listening to the lapping of the waves against the shore. I extend a hand toward the sea … Continue reading

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Twak: a Poem

Twak As I stood looking over the valley below I couldn’t help feeling I’d somewhere to go So I thought and I thought and I thought all day long And I thought that just maybe I might have been wrong … Continue reading

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Guitars the stars of Jamey Johnson’s new album

My original appeal to Jamey Johnson was the fact that he looks kind of like a caveman with his long beard and hair. I started watching his video for the song “In Color” because I wanted to see who he … Continue reading

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