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Would I Advise You to Use WordPress Blogs?

A number of people have come across my blog and asked whether it is a WordPress blog. The answer is yes. It is easy to use, and it is versatile. I am in my sixties, and not computer brilliant. My … Continue reading

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Boundaries – by Elizabeth Nunez

We discover subtle cultural differences between the places where we lived, and the places we move to, even when that move is within the same state or the same country. Most of us are second, third or fourth generations immigrants. … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Land of Decoration

The Land of Decoration by Grace McCleen It isn’t easy being the youngest child in your class at school, especially when you are probably the most intelligent one there. The older students tend to be jealous over the honor you … Continue reading

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The Snow Child – by Eowyn Ivy

Homesteading could be thought of as establishing a business. It is a brutal business; dependent on what you understanding is of farming unbroken land, and your ability to do that. It is a gamble with the elements, the weather, the … Continue reading

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