Classic Stories

Hello everyone, Yesterday I read an adorable story called Little Lord Fauntleroy.  It's about a little boy who helped an old bitter man become a kind-hearted grandfather. The story is like many others from Frances Hodgson Burnett. I admit I'm a sucker for cute stories like this one. When I was a little girl, I... Continue Reading →

Nothing New Under the Sun

Hello everyone, Hey if you're worried about not being able to come up with original content. Relax there is nothing new under the sun. What makes it your own is when you add your twist or your very own version. Because every person has their own way of seeing things. Unless you're a clone, then that... Continue Reading →

Seabiscuit Rags to Riches

Hello everybody, The post The Woes of the Big R and F is missing a vital piece of information. This little tidbit of inspiration. During the Great Depression a horse was born. Seabiscuit was a horse with knobby knee's and slight build. He was deemed a failure. For the first couple of races he actually failed.... Continue Reading →

The Woe’s of the Big R & F.

Hello everyone, Today we're going to analyze rejection. Well, you're going to read possibly comment and contemplate this post. You might even notice errors and try not to laugh at how many you find. Those errors could be a secret message to... If I told you it wouldn't be a secret.  Back to the Woes... Continue Reading →

Back to Black

Hello Everyone, With that title you might think this post is going to be about Amy Winehouse because of her song Back to Black. It's not she was a great singer. She also looks a lot like my mother it's almost scary. This post is also not going to be about how black makes... Continue Reading →

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