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Tag Archives: teenagers
___________________________________________ I had occasion to cast my thoughts back to my first degree in Chemistry this week while commenting on Behind the White Coat, and I realized there were some amusing, if not frightening things that happened there – when … Continue reading
I’m not a Christmas-y kind of person, so I seldom listen to the traditional holiday songs. However, I do love Trans-Siberian Orchestra, especially their Christmas CD, Christmas Eve and Other Stories. The first time I listened to the CD, I … Continue reading
In his guest post, Serendpity, Paul Curran referred to having saved six teens during his trucking career. My readers and I could not simply let that reference go! Here is Paul’s story: THE TEENS By: Paul Curran The Trans-Canada Highway approaching … Continue reading