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Tales from the Sandpile

My parents installed a sandpile in our yard shortly after we moved to Newton. We’ve been there ever since. The sandpile has been heavily used. Every few years my parents have to pay a small fortune to refill the sand, as countless floods, yard projects and feet have carried the sand to parts unknown. 981 more words

Mormon

Disastrously fun

So, my mom, brother, husband, son, and myself started a family trip March 13. First we went to camping with my aunt, uncle, and their two kids. 501 more words

Family

The matter

I think I understand what is the matter with me: humanity is heading for disaster: is will destroy itself. Knowing that, it eliminates the  9 more words

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No.017: the most eligible bachelor

No. 017 started out as a joke. My roommate had posted an article to my Facebook page ranking the ten most eligible bachelors in our city along with a simple comment: “ 921 more words

Dressing to Impress

Saturday I spent my morning browsing store’s spring collections, and buying more than I needed to, what I found out however is that I can buy al kind of nice clothing, yet they all end up being fancy pajama’s. 406 more words

Disaster

Dehydrator Crackers - Chewy not Crispy / Thick not Thin

My small group co-leader, Maria, urged us to start The Daniel Plan a couple of months ago. It was a great idea. A great encourager, she let me borrow her cookbook about raw food. 136 more words

Daniel Plan

UNEP Voice `sasrai-Movement’ in WED theme 2015

We are thankful and heartiest gratitude to the UNEP being sensible and responsive to the people/sasrai voice and coherent to obtain WED theme for 2015 as follows. 998 more words

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