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The door… (January 24th FFF)

I was invited (well, not personally, but still…) to join the Fandango’s Friday Flashback! Fandango scrolls back, every Friday, and gives a second chance to a post he had published on the same date the year before. I thought it was a great way to remember some of the stuff I did a while back, and I decided to participate… So…… Continue reading The door… (January 24th FFF)

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How do you do?

  As part of her Garden of Gratitude series, this week Saumya is asking her readers “How are you feeling?” In my part of the world, asking people how they are doing is just a formal greeting we exchange a hundred times a day. A politeness we throw at each other when we meet people…… Continue reading How do you do?

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Spread the word…

Kristian and her husband Neil need our help. Neil needs a kidney transplant, and a living donor is by far the most preferable option for him. Of course finding the right donor is no easy task. If you know anyone who lives in or around Baltimore, please share Kristian's post with them. And if you… Continue reading Spread the word…

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Hearts and toys…

  Some people’s kids Or so they say. But real deep down, Know they? That whilst a child Will leave behind His toys when They get broken, Players break The sweetest of hearts The moment They abandon them… Here’s to Broken dreams And broken toys, Heart crushers and Little girls & boys….

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Beautiful mess…

  I don’t need Masks and disguises, I won’t wrap Myself in lies… No more No more! No more hiding Stretch marks and scars Standing taller Than I ever was… From now on, From now on I decide to stand bare, you can stare if you dare… And if you don’t I couldn’t care less…… Continue reading Beautiful mess…

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Liberty Theatre – FFFC

  Bernie turned the ”Open-Closed” sign over, in the window. His cinema wasn’t exactly what most people expected nowadays, with the big chain restaurants and the arcades to entertain kids while waiting for the screening. But it was just perfect for him. The movie theatre was almost in ruins, when he had saved it. The…… Continue reading Liberty Theatre – FFFC