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Around A Turn

  Gently flipping her curly, sand-dune inspired hair, Nicole Brumgardner opens a soda with her long red nails and curses as she breaks one. "I KNEW that was going to happen, and yet I did it anyway! It's like I have to test the universe to see if it's really going to follow the laws of ...


Taking the Heat in the Kitchen

Len Vertefeuille was born and raised into a loving family on the East coast. He now lives in North Carolina and he and his wife Lisa have two children who mean the world to Len. He has been working in the Warren Wilson College kitchen since 1989. Len enjoys cooking for and working alongside ...


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How It All Started~Prologue If You Will

By: MaryHelen Cuellar
PROLOGUE As a child, I loved to write. In seventh grade I wrote a story about our bathroom mirror and all the sights and faces it saw all day, stories it observed; how it ...
Comments (0) Sep 18, 2014 193

Remembering 9/11

By: MaryHelen Cuellar
This was written 3 years ago on the tenth anniversary of 9-11. My son Jason was living with me at the time; he had just graduated from college and was building up a nest egg to ...
Comments (0) Sep 18, 2014 172

Jessica's Story

By: MaryHelen Cuellar
Last week a 10 year old girl in Colorado was abducted as she was walking to school, a mere 3 blocks to a park where she would meet friends to continue the walk on to Witt elementary. ...
Comments (5) Sep 18, 2014 2,713

Cameron's Birth Story

By: MaryHelen Cuellar
It was around dinnertime on April 13, 1993 when the phone rang in the two story home I lived in with my 17 year old son. Answering I was surprised to hear my daughter’s voice. ...
Comments (2) Sep 18, 2014 4,352

Aftermath-Cameron's Convalescence

By: MaryHelen Cuellar
The next day, I was to remember all over again how quickly children heal. When I had sat beside Cameron’s bed the night before after we laboriously got him in bed, I had wondered ...
Comments (4) Sep 18, 2014 336

Mean Girls

By: MaryHelen Cuellar
As was my custom one day when I was 10, I went outside to find someone to play with. In 1953, children did not stay in the house much, especially in Texas where the weather permitted ...
Comments (3) Sep 18, 2014 606

The Begining Chapter 1

By: Samuel Gripp
On December 12 1995, my twin sister and I were born. We were named Samuel Christopher Gripp and Sadie Belle Gripp. Sadie, Now known as April, was born sick. Her sickness got ...
Comments (0) Sep 18, 2014 170

My Life

By: carina speers
I am Carina Sabejon Speers, i live in 24-2A Marlim Ave. Diamond Subd. Balibago Angeles City Pampanga. I was born on Sep 2, 1981 at General Macarthur Eastern Samar. I am the second ...
Comments (0) Sep 18, 2014 188

San Francisco the Early Years

By: Richard Ozanne
Memories of Old and Familiar (Ghosts) Relatives, most people grow up with. Those events of childhood, and adulthood are often given an extra illumination by the presence ...
Comments (0) Sep 13, 2014 5,358

Payday Loans: Best Way to Borrow Money

By: Anthony Francis
Everybody merits a moment access to cash when they require it urgently. Right from a flawed top to an unavoidable harm that prompts hospitalization, crises, school expenses and ...
Comments (0) Sep 09, 2014 203

Long dark hallways

By: Susan Albone
In 1957 we moved from a small one bedroom apartment in the village of Medine to half a huge Victorian style house out in the country. When we first moved there, it was still a ...
Comments (0) Sep 09, 2014 216

Somewhere Over The Rainbow

I have cried an ocean of tears. I cried for my mom, I cried for my dad, I cried for my brother, I cried for my son. I have become comfortably numb. Does the rain ever stop? Only ...
Comments (0) Sep 09, 2014 313

Smooth Soak

By: Tom Jenkins Jenkin Tree
He was a crisp body that toasted in the galore of the sunshine. I called him his name. A gentle voice evoking out of me. He whispered and told me I felt like a great temperature ...
Comments (0) Sep 06, 2014 154

My lie journey

By: Sonia Sultana
I don't know why but today i'm feeling to write something about my life, it may be i'm tired for the long struggle life journey. Whatever it is but today i'm really missing my ...
Comments (0) Sep 06, 2014 244


By: Matthew Stanford
10 days after Munich it was a case of quickly repack the bags and off to Lisbon. I picked the city on the basis of what I had read about it on various online travel guides. Unfortunately ...
Comments (0) Sep 05, 2014 160

Life in the Army

By: John Edwards
Chapters 3 My life in the army 1st September is a date that will prove significant throughout my life. Hitler invaded Poland on September 1st 1939 and by 1st September ...
Comments (0) Sep 02, 2014 20,726

Don't ever give up on life

By: Amery Atigy
I kept my entire life story a secret, hiding it from every single person that I know, including my closest friends who have trusted me with their lives. I felt as if my life was ...
Comments (0) Aug 31, 2014 993

My Life Story

By: Paris Harrelson
This is me, Paris Brooke Harrelson.
Comments (0) Aug 28, 2014 854

Merrimack College Life (2001-2005)

By: Mark Sinacori
I was accepted into Merrimack College after going to Northern Essex Community College for a year. In the Fall of 2001, I moved to the dorms at Monican Centre. What was awesome ...
Comments (0) Aug 28, 2014 379

Growing Up In Lawrence, Mass (1982-2001)

By: Mark Sinacori
I was born on August 16, 1982 at the Lawrence General Hospital at 6:52 a.m. (6 pounds 8 ounces) to Rosemary (Cavallaro) and Gaetano Sinacori. My Mom was born September 8, 1953 ...
Comments (0) Aug 27, 2014 663

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