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a 16-word life's lesson

My godfather, Elwood Randol, was a raconteur. Erudite and possessed of a playfully sardonic spirit.

As a child, I was an inveterate questioner, oft, doubtless annoyingly to others, about the obvious. 245 more words


Freezers, Fire and Furore

The so-called ‘bincident’ of the fourth episode of this year’s Great British Bake Off could well be summed up as being just one of those things… 919 more words

Marshmallow Madness: Casting Lots

Welcome to the easiest family devotional you’ll ever come across- Marshmallow Madness!

I challenge you to spend 20 minutes a week being intentional about passing your faith on to your kids… 572 more words
Family Activities

Liberals hate honour culture


Because it involves backing up your words with actions.

As if South America is a model for anything when history is the biggest honour culture sample of all. 392 more words


Who Run the World? Girls?

So today in school, I received my very first disciplinary. I know, such a bad girl riri, right? But you’ll never guess what it was for. 677 more words

Freedom from Fairness

While rehearsing for my upcoming contract as a cruise ship dancer last Friday, I dislocated my shoulder. Yesterday I found out I need to have surgery, which means that I will spend the next four to six months in recovery, unable to pursue my career as a performer in musical theatre. 495 more words