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Journal Writing

The best feeling in the world is opening up an old journal, sifting through the pages, and breathing in that smell… You know the way old books smell. 207 more words

Blog

because it made me smile

My Facebook friends (who are mostly people I knew in high school) and I recently went on a silly quiz taking spree, laughing and commenting on one another’s results. 86 more words

Men

Anzac. Thames, 2015.

Behind me
Vibrance of silence
Waiting
Anzac commemoration

Old soldiers
First World War
Rest in memory

Children stand
And think
Parents alongside

Stranger
A man I knew… 15 more words

Family

Spring Rain

I’m listening to a gentle falling rain, knowing that this kind of weather was some of Mom’s favourite in the spring.  It meant that she could go plant something new, and after a trip to a nearby nursery, where we would ooh and ahh and definitely spend too much money on annuals and perennials to liven up her garden. 413 more words

Grief

Things Everyone Needs To Know How To Do

There are those quintessential skills that we can all agree every human should have, including wilderness and survival skills. However, in this day and age, there are another set of skills we should acquire in addition to basic survival skills. 516 more words

Experience

Hong Kong Style French Toast - 西多士

Anybody who has a sweet tooth have tried French Toast before. A lot of them know how to make French Toast at home. There are so many varieties of French Toast from different cultures. 642 more words

Recipe

Saturday Mornings and Nutella Pancakes

Occasionally, we have a lazy Saturday morning in our house, and by lazy, I mean we don’t have plans before 10 a.m. The girls and I gather in the kitchen, still dressed in our PJs, as the morning light begins to fill the house and we make pancakes so good they should be banned to the dessert table. 104 more words

Children