Tag Archives: Coming to Terms with Myself

Words Matter

Libby Anne has a great post on spanking. It deals with the idea of defending the practice and how problematic that can be. I highly recommend you read it; it’s a great post. But it shouldn’t be a debate at all because it’s founded … Continue reading

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Wagging the Dog

There’s been debate as of late in regards to temperament testing in animal shelters, as to whether or not this is a good idea or even necessary. Then there’s this: The exercise purports to evaluate “resource guarding” — how viciously a … Continue reading

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Cutting the Strings

It was like a dream; after all those years of pleading, I was finally able to go to Disney World. Finally, I was able to wander the streets of the Disney-MGM Studios, finally I was able to get pictures of … Continue reading

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Minding the Gap

Last night, I called my mother, so I could work on getting a copy of my birth certificate. Now, I did have one of my own but due to circumstances beyond my control, I lost it. Yes, it irritated the … Continue reading

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“Let me apologize for what I’m about to say”

By now, you’ve heard the news: Linkin Park frontman and singer Chester Bennington has died. The death is being investigated as a possible suicide. When the news broke yesterday, one of my coworkers said glumly, “There goes my childhood.” He, being … Continue reading

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Morning Coffee: Cup Thirty

Today’s post is brought to you by: Hills Bros. Original Blend. It’s time for another Morning Coffee post, where I comb through the catacombs of my pathetic existence and see if anything is interesting enough to post. Here we go!

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Carolina Summers

It’s the Fourth of July. Mentally, I see this as the middle of summer, since school is now a distant memory and the local Shop-Mart hasn’t set up their “Back to School” displays and aisles. There are several weeks of … Continue reading

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