Food brings families together
The Poetic Musings of Dom DIFrancesco
A site about the people of Iran. Please enjoy and share with others.
I have issues. Stupid things bother me so to assuage my anxiety I have taken to writing about them. Do I feel better? Of course not.
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A CANADIAN EXPAT'S EXPERIENCES AND OBSERVATIONS LIVING IN THE WINDY CITY!
Ever Moving Forward
Muddling through with humor, grace, and hairballs
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Do you have what it takes?
Watchout Loud and Have PICBliss!
I dream of painting and then I paint my dream
The Children of the Lie
The Words I Didn't Forget
Having Fun with Photography
Lesley Fletcher Art & Words - Spirit & Soul - Create & Creations
Food, Travel, Art, Design and more
Music Takes You on Journeys
"Let me live, love and say it well in good sentences." - Sylvia Plath
Advocate for the abused, missing & murdered. When their voice is silenced, mine will be heard!
Zwarte Piet - a racist emblem of the colonial past of the Netherlands and Belgium
If you can Dream it...We can Create it!
stories about race, culture, and identity
Read. Think. Repeat.
Tilted Halos and Living By Grace
living one story at a time
Crafting a Place for Black Women Writers
"We did not weave the web of life, we are merely strands in it. Whatever we do to the web we do to ourselves.” ― Chief Seattle. Awestruck Wanderer is written and edited by Eduardo Carli de Moraes, journalist, philosopher and musician. Write to me: email@example.com. Cheers, fellow earthlings!
We Need To Open Our Eyes To The World Around Us... . . . . . . . . . ♥ "Poetry" & "The World Around Us".. . and some ☺ . ..
* The Storyteller * Conceptual Artist * Character Designer * Illustrator * Animator * Inker *
Be Bold, Be Brave, Be GUTsy!
I choose Love over Fear Here Light is My Strength
On animals, peace and war, science, social justice, women's issues, arts, and much more
living life as it roll,s on by
“Our strength is grounded in our individuals, civic, religious and business leaders working and making things happen. But government can't stand on the sidelines; it can and should refocus our energies on building an economy that grows for everybody. I remain confident that the future still looks brighter than the past.” - President Obama 12/4/13 Center For American Progress
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