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Monthly Archives: June 2010
November, it didn’t matter since we had no seasons – it is the same weather in June as in November, it was end of school year and primary school and a major stage in school life. That year, at 1.48m, … Continue reading
I’ve never heard of the term sorority sisters until recently. In one form or another, it is not uncommon. In sports, team captains pick the best players to improve their chances. If you happen to be the kid in school … Continue reading
= n. A state of living whereby a being is in synch with self adjusted pace. Failure to observe adequate pace can cause prolong heartache from disappointment and exhaustion in trying to keep up. ‘I’m pregnant!’ My friend is overjoyed … Continue reading
The relatively new technology, the phone. It’s evolving everyday, adding new features, camera, surfing the internet, storing notes. Still the question remains, to call or not to call. I have a love hate relationship with the phone. Calling something is … Continue reading