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Tag Archives: children
I was the perfect child. At least in my mind. I did well in school, respected my elders, and never, ever caused trouble. Until I did. → There was the time my younger brother tried to come into my room … Continue reading
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Mother’s Day is coming up. With that in mind, today’s re-blog is of my own first post (which I still consider to be the best one I ever wrote). The post was originally published on…
No, this isn’t going to be a political rant. There are many things other than politics that create scenarios which cause you to think, “Well, that isn’t right!“ Many of these events happen in the workplace, and I would so … Continue reading