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Tribute to my Dad on Father’s Day

The following is a tribute written by one of my fifth grade students, Raquel, to her father who had died when she was a toddler. Even though her memories of him are fleeting she holds on. I hope you found … Continue reading

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  The Optimism Revolution Shared by “Brenda”

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Tender and Tolerant

Tender and Tolerant by Charles R. Swindoll The fountain of wisdom is a bubbling brook. Proverbs 18:4   How far you go in life depends on your being tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving, … Continue reading

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If I Could

    If I could Bear the burden of your sorrow, I would. If I could, but for a minute, take away your pain and make it mine, I would. If I could tell you “there’s a reason for this,” … Continue reading

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Best Moment Award!

  You made my day!! 🙂 Dear Joycelyn, that was splendid of you to have awarded me, shashimoore the ‘Best Moment award. I am beyond comprehension, how me?  the tiny winny teeny thing ( I am literally 200 lbs) in … Continue reading

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Swing and I The symbol of time-out Embed Sentries of trees in fore With a back-drop of terrace and steps Away from the glare of the sun Shadowed beneath the gaze of green Coaxed all day in gentle breeze Suspended … Continue reading

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Clone of Me!

Clone of Me! Five digits all in a row Bound together by muscle and bone Vascular rich neurons bridge Sheltered underneath suave skin Oh No!! A clone of mine, I see Replicate of Me?  Me? Very well, THEN.

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