Monthly Archives: March 2013

The Gospel Of Judas

I’m not a religious person per se’, but I am spiritual.  Keep that in mind as you read this post right before Easter. Religious people will tell you that the “Gospel of Judas” is sacrilegious just like the musical Jesus Christ Superstar … Continue reading

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Pinterest Boards for Book Lovers

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Originally posted on wishstory:
Anyone who have own contents on the internet want to announce their contents to many more people. There are a lot of ways to announce you might already know and you are able to do such as…

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Hold Back The Tears

Hold Back The Tears.

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Whine Awhile; Then Go To “Hawaii”

I’ve been depressed lately for so many reasons, but mostly because of the frustration caused by my deteriorating vision.  You see there’s a dance this Friday night (Good Friday) in a town that’s only 10 miles away, but it might … Continue reading

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It wasn’t long ago when audiences packed theaters for vampire-themed movies. Much of that popularity came from young readers devouring books like Twilight. How quickly trends change. With the new release of the film…

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Hold Back The Tears

Memories flood my mind as I hold back the tears. I don’t want to cry because it hurts that much more, but don’t know how I can hold back the tears. I reach for the tissues hoping that will stop … Continue reading

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Money Makes The World Go Round

I usually don’t get involved in politics, but have been reading about the sequester and the FaceBook comments regarding it.  Well today I got a major surprise regarding the Goverment and IRS forms.  You see, back in February — right … Continue reading

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Home, I Hear Ya Calling!

My son and daughter-in-law are about to return with me to beautiful, gettoesque Cahokia, IL.  You see my cousin Carla — whom I haven’t seen in about 30 years — is returning to do a benefit concert that her friends … Continue reading

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Say Call The Cops & I Will

I was wondering what I’d write about today when I crossed the road to visit my son at our apartment complex.  As I approached his door, I heard a woman screaming.  Then I heard an angry man’s voice and the … Continue reading

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