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... it may be too late. This is your life and its ending one minute at a time.
Remember when you were a kid and someone asked you what you would like to do when you
grow up. Think of the enthusiasm you had when you told them ' fireman, doctor, spaceman or ballerina'. What ever it was you, couldn't wait to grow up and follow your dream. What happened to your dreams? When did you loose the enthusiasm? What are you going to do about ...
... just so easy and fun and relaxing and did i mention easy? I feel like God really bought them into our lives for a reason. It really did feel like being around family, and that is what i so badly needed at this time of the year. Ive never not had Xmas with my family. EVER. Even the one year I had just moved out of home it was still me and my sister Leisa doing Christmas together. I don’t have a tree this year ...
... still, the game was an awesome experience.
When I returned home from the game, my mama had a friend over who had also attended the game. At first we just discussed the game with great enthusiasm, but then we got into a fascinating discussion on education and programming for children. After a while, she asked for my information in order to contact me for ideas for kids. She said my ...
... remember. While dinner was good and we had a few drinks, Florida Rd definitely does not compare to Long Street. It was a Monday night, the slowest of the week but I also went back with Tymaree and Andre on a Friday night and while it was definitely busier there was still no comparison to Long Street. Perhaps we were not on the right part of Florida Rd….I guess I’ll never know.
The next two days was spent touring to a rural Zulu village and ...
... of stalls that sell "authentic" African merchandise yet everyone has variations on the same beads, clothes, and African commerative art that it somehow feels a bit more commercial than it should. The stalls which harbored 20+ bowls overflowing with varieties of curry powder was miraculous and I found myself wishing for a glorious kitchen space and a table full of people for which to cook.
Outside, we walked past the homemade enemas on our way to the medicinal market. ...