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Margaret Watkins (1928-2014)

I was born in Fulham, London, on 19th May 1928. My father was in the Navy and away most of the time, so I really didn’t get to know him very well. 4,512 more words

Watkins, Margaret

June reblogged this on Blogs by Bahais and commented:

Wonder how many more communities are considering this. Fabulous idea to collect these stories whilst people are still alive - living story books.

Creative Outlets

Obviously my attempt to write every day has begun on a rather… shaky and uneven footing. There are a number of factors, both anticipated–my inability to prioritize any one desire over another– and unforeseen–the timely and beneficial acquisition of a wonderful job at Southern California Comics–but ultimately I’m trying to view this experience as a lesson, not a failure. 314 more words

Creative Writing

Morbid Clogs

“Remember that you are dust, and to dust you will return.”

This last Ash Wednesday service was almost ruined because of an overflow of mortality.  Our Children’s Minister called me, “Have you seen the downstairs bathroom?”  Two inches of filth greeted me at the bathroom door.   288 more words


Making deals with the devil

via Progressive Friends – spillboy: Making deals with the devil. These….


These types of post should come with a list of specifics so people can properly argue the point if it comes up in their personal life.

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Ethics & Morality

Choose Your Own Autobiography | Review

Choose Your Own Autobiography by Neil Patrick Harris

Neil Patrick Harris, aka Doogie Houser, aka Barney Simpson, aka the de facto host of the Tonys, is a charismatic, funny, magical, entertainer of a man, and his memoir/autobiography was no different. 439 more words



Nausea fills my mind. I can feel the vomit in my throat all I need to do is go to the bathroom and I can release this pain that is consuming my mind. 104 more words