Originally posted 2016-06-02 17:00:33. Title: It Author: Stephen King Published: 1986 Pages: 1,138 Genre:  Science Fiction/Horror/Thriller Kid Friendly Rating:  0/10 Synopsis: So let’s start at the beginning. Like most people I first saw it on TV during the 90’s and starring Tim Curry as Pennywise the dancing clown. To be honest, every time I watched It, I thought it was…

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Originally posted 2016-05-26 17:00:12. Now this one came across my facebook feed a couple years ago, and I just couldn’t resist. I just couldn’t let that one go by without seeing if I could actually grow potatoes in a garbage can! According to facebook these are the steps: grab a Rubbermaid garbage can from Walmart…

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Originally posted 2016-05-12 17:00:11. I took off Friday and I was awoken at 7am by my daughter screaming “MOM! I am ready to play my TOY!” Now I was in a deep sleep and had no idea what she meant by this new toy, but I begrudgingly got up and ready for the day. After…

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Originally posted 2016-05-05 17:00:34. If your kids are anything like mine you find that every now and again there is an untouched trove of toys from either Christmas or some forgotten birthday. On rare occasions the kids may take these out but because of the time that has passed many of these little expensive treasures…

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I LOVED Oregon Trail when I was in college the first time. I played it so much, I used to have dreams about needing to fix wagon wheels. We were allowed to play it in the Mac Room (that’s legit what Sir Sandford Fleming College in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada called the computer lab back in…

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We’ve taken more photos in the last year than have ever been captured in two hundred years. In fact, we just passed the anniversary of the first photograph recorded. Sure, there have always been societies dating back tens of thousands of years that have used and utilised the ability of impressions in stone and bleached…

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Don’t let your mind be alone too long. This might need a bit of explanation. You see, for those of us who suffer from depression, anxiety, panic attacks, and other emotional stresses, syndromes, disorders, whatever you want to term them as – spending any significant amount of time just thinking, overthinking and worrying generally leads…

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Friendship. There will be several topics that cover this, as it’s not a “one article” kind of conversation. It is however, a multi-layered, happily life reward. True friendship doesn’t happen instantaneously, but it can begin with as little as a shared smile. Today, we’re going to look at ten of the areas (though to be…

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You might not realise this from my writing, but I’m an extreme introvert. I am happiest when I have at least 4-6 personal hours of space, if not more in a day (not including sleep time) where I am doing my own thing. I’m far more productive when I am left to my own devices…

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This was originally written as part of the first of my #100days; week three put me in June of 2015, with hopeful determination and motivation that I would learn how to take care of my life properly. I’m a work in progress, but I can definitely say, I’ve learned so much being so forthright with…

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Making memories out in the ocean isn’t too difficult, but you’re going to want to keep a few things in mind: Respect the ocean. There is life that is MUCH larger than you. Don’t think because you cannot see it, that it cannot see you. The rule I was taught first was “if it’s extremely…

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