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Birds Of A Feather

Have you ever noticed how birds mingle with one other, like when you see a dozen perched on a telephone pole?

I was observing a group while stretching that got me thinking. 293 more words


Georgia below average on women's equality, WalletHub study says

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WJCL) — With Aug. 26 being Women’s Equality Day and the United States ranking a disappointing 23rd on the Global Gender Gap Index… 428 more words


When Things Really Aren't What They Seem

There’s a beautiful African American girl often seen on the Avenue. She’s a willowy, 6 foot gal with loping legs and a runway model’s leanness dressed as if she popped right out of Vogue. 253 more words


Staying Close

The upside of insomnia is midnight clarity. Your mind, sharp as a tack, will produce a pack of memories to ponder beneath the stars.

I started thinking of my oldest friend, I’ll call Josh, who ten years or so ago remarried his ex wife. 319 more words


Whistler's Daughter

As I tooled down Madison on my way to the bank, a pretty woman of a certain age swung out of J Crew getting in step beside me. 247 more words

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When The Candy Store Is Open

This was an expression my mother used when my father’s zipper was down. As a kid I never knew how racy a remark it really was. 317 more words



Depression is defined as feeling sad, blue, unhappy, miserable, or down in the dumps. So many people suffer in silence because they are ashamed to ask others for help. 219 more words