Monthly Archives: May 2016

That Time I Was A Hero

I barely saw it coming. By the corner of my eye, I caught a glimpse—and an alarm sounded in my brain. DANGER! DANGER! DANGER! You are reading a guest post written by Rebekah Koontz from The Rebekah Koontz Site. Sirens … Continue reading

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The Next Line

We raced down the sidewalk in ’98 the car was coming fast I stopped too late but he told me to go so very slow and that’s the part you never wanted to know just let me explain wrong once … Continue reading

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We Stand On Guard For Thee

Growing up in Canada, I heard the Canadian national anthem every single day at school. Everyone paused, stood, and listened to that day’s version of “O Canada”, which echoed over the PA system. I don’t know if other countries play their … Continue reading

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50 Thoughts III

1. When celebrities say they always have fans coming up to them wherever they go, I don’t believe them. Celebrities don’t mingle with peasants. Their security team would never allow that. Ain’t nobody walking up to Morgan Freeman in the produce … Continue reading

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