I’m never going to turn this blog into a food blog as I’m not a good enough Continue reading
I’ve had a long day physically (my back went into spasm first thing today at work) and I’ve been a little testy around the edges. I had to ask for Continue reading
It started out like an ordinary day. It ended like an ordinary day but in between something strange happened that I wasn’t even aware of.
It is the “stuff” that Continue reading
I am significantly late posting the final advent calendar activity. The one that said be kind to yourself and enjoy your Christmas Day.
Now my Christmas Day involved being Continue reading
The ocean waves have a particular sound they make as they come crashing in. It’s hard to imagine but that is what the Continue reading
I can’t decide if I am slacking off or if the simple math I’ve done while thinking about this blog post allows me some leeway.
Simple math equation. Continue reading
Seriously — this blog cracks me up!! The content varies wildly but the writing is so funny. I told her if she can’t make the whole orthopedic surgery thing work out she should do stand up comedy. She would have people rolling in the aisles. It’s heaps funnier than mine (haha — I just wanted to use the word heaps) so “cheers” for now.
The brainchild of one Jaime Rapko.
I should apologize in advance, because I am an incurable language thief. I remember somebody in highschool once voting against(who does that. seriously) watching Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure “because we’ll have to listen to Deirdre talk like that for three weeks.” It was meant unkindly, but it was true. And if a two-hour film can do that to me, imagine what a year living away will do… I’ve been acquiring interesting turns of phrase from both Ethiopian and Australian English and am choosing to pepper my regular speech with them. I can’t wait to figure out where I’m going next, and what version of English I’ll be ransacking after this… It’s going to get so nobody can figure out where I’m from. Or understand me, probably.
So here you go. A guide to some of the words I’m stealing. And some of…
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…. and in the setting of the sun we will remember them….
As a youngster he seemed like a quiet reserved man who went about his own business. His family always sat in the same row at church and his children were well behaved. His demeanor, in the eyes of my childhood, hid his real story which you can hear at Roy’s story. It’s long but very well done and worth the view.
This is a different end to the
11 days — 11 stories
Acts of Remembrance
than I had planned but felt it was a good last minute pinch hit. Impressive work that one of my childhood friends has done to capture this story.
… and in the setting of the sun we will remember them…
Today is Wednesday which for me came before the part that this is Continue reading