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OK. People keep asking me for those five things to look for in a potential partner so here they are. Please pay attention: 1. Intelligence: A...
Imagine a person named Kelly. Ten years ago, Kelly became very ill. After an extensive stay in a hospital Kelly was placed on disability. Now due to...
In the midst of our financial meltdown, has anyone ever considered what it costs to replace military personnel that are dismissed under the current...
Dear Diary, It has been a long time since I have written anything. The computer has been in constant use and it seems that my dad is very insecure...
Today I worked at the St. Vincent DePaul Soup Kitchen here in Wilkes Barre, PA. I will admit that the only reason I went there to volunteer was to...
I wrote this one week after finishing 1,000 volunteer hours on the Obama campaign. I broke that one thousand hours down with a calculator. It is the...
Dear Diary, I haven’t figured out why I have not been contacted by President Bush. After all, I am very adept at finding weapons of mass...
June 11, 2008 Dear Diary, Today my daddy put me in my harness and strapped me into my car seat. I thought I was going for a ride to the cigarette...
As a volunteer for Wilkes-Barre/Luzerne County for Obama, I have received hundreds of e-mails after Tuesday night’s results came...
With the price of gas, food, and other amenities on the rise we all have been cutting back on the things we normally spend on. Unfortunately one...
I sit in a lounge chair, on my deck, in my yard. My eyes are shut and my headphones play a soft melody. The suns warmth travels over my feet, up my...
This Poem accompanied the saddest photo of my long haired chihuahua named “Duke” in a santa hat. I wish you could have seen the pitiful...
I went outside to take a pee, My daddy found a tick on me, He washed the pillows, He washed the sheets. I thought he was going to wash my treats...
Some say I have been alone too long. Maybe solitude is what I was seeking. To read a book or hear a song. To finish a crossword without peeking....