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With so many of my friends being divorced, with me being a child of divorced parents and even grand parents, with me having lost my mum and having lived alone with my brother and sister, with me having a step mum, a father, a step brother and sister I barely have contact with, I wanted to share some of my thinking on what actually makes a family and on how to feel like one… 649 more words


Stephen Elop on new Lumia phones, super-lightweight universal keyboard, new offering with AT&T

On Monday at Mobile World Congress, Microsoft announced two new, affordable Lumia phones, the Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL, which “give people the flexibility to do more anywhere, and at any time,” writes Stephen Elop, executive vice president of the Microsoft Devices Group, in a blog post. 144 more words


Carlos Hathcock Vietnam Sniper

This Marine Was The ‘American Sniper’ Of The Vietnam War

Carlos Hathcock taking aim in Vietnam. (Photo: USMC archives)

Long before Chris Kyle penned “American Sniper,” Carlos Hathcock was already a legend. 1,732 more words


Turning Little O 

I’ve seen the nurses do it hundreds of times but the other night it was my go.

I had to turn him over from his back onto his tummy. 77 more words


Delirium Trilogy by Lauren Oliver

Title: Delirium (#1-#3)
Author: Lauren Oliver
Publication date: Delirium (3rd February 2011), Pandemonium (28th February 2012), Requiem (5th March 2013)
Publisher: Hodder
Ninety-five days, and then I’ll be safe. 630 more words


Peace? What peace?

I had no idea I would write a second post today but as I was writing the first one “frills and fillers in Christianity”,  I felt my Father leading me to write this one right after it. 580 more words