Monthly Archives: December 2014

Before I Die: 101 things to do – part two

Continuing my list of things to….it’s in the title. 8.) Ride in a hot air balloon It is a toss up between a hot air balloon or a helicopter. I went with the balloon because it would be vastly different … Continue reading

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Holiday period insomnia.

Like most people, I enjoy the holidays. Not necessarily for the festivities, though they are nice, or even the presents – I am truly invested in the western aspects of a consumer society, i really don’t need anymore stuff! What … Continue reading

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WordPress Meet and Greet – All Bloggers Welcome

Originally posted on HarsH ReaLiTy:
Well this is the third post I have done like this so far and I have seen some great connections. I’ll keep doing these off and on and I think they provide a great way for…

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Before I die: 101 Things to do – part one

I was watching a video on YouTube on Xmas night. Jack Canfield, author of Chicken Soup For The Soul, was giving a talk – see it – here he makes a lot of interesting points, speaking positively, he encouraged the … Continue reading

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Rant, Bond Rant.

I do not watch Doctor Who. There are two reasons: 1.) As a child it scared the beejesus out of me and 2.) Idris Elba.   With the recent Sony hacks that have hit the news,  the leaked emails and … Continue reading

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Minstrel

Back in the seventies, there was a television programme in the UK called The Black and White Minstrel Show. It would, as the title suggest, feature white entertainers in blackface make up, doing various singing and dancing things. A different … Continue reading

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The Cost

Originally posted on Longreads:
Rilla Askew | 2014 | 21 minutes (5,065 words)   Download .mobi (Kindle) Download .epub (iBooks)   When my godson Trey was a toddler growing up in Brooklyn, every white woman who saw him fell in love…

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