Just the Facts, Ma’am

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There’s alot of things we know, we either don’t think about it or weren’t paying attention. We hold these truths, what shall we do with them? Here are statements I think we all, as Americans united, can agree are factual. Fact: We cannot choose our gender, race, family or intrinsic qualities. Fact: We know there’s a ladder and a ceiling. Some have further to climb, some climb anyway and some…

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Hoping for Hope

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I see it. I feel it. I read it. I experience it. So why not talk about it. Now that the lights have been turned on in the theater and we are all able to see what’s behind some of the stage and production at hand, It becomes a lot to process. Especially when we’re still adjusting our eyes to this new truth while more and more of it is…

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I think. Therefore I am. 46 today.

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I think that within the bellies of the whales that we call US government and places like the Vatican, only then will we really know truth. We’ve been purposely left in the dark for generations now. For instance, it’s taken more than 50 years to get some answers about JFK’s murder plot and it’s still only based on people who dedicated their time to dig and dig and dig. We…

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3 Love Binge Shows that are Real Real

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Alright. I’m really into seeing and watching what happens when different human dynamics are thrown into a reality show. Not the slutty dumb ones that further push the divisions of what we see. No, it’s the hidden gems of showing the real in those most effected by broken policies for profit. If you want to see it, and think about what you’re experiencing while watching them – this is the…

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Hey Klinger

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What these shows taught me and I kept with me as a developing human in my formative years – you know, the years you can’t control where you are so it’s up to all the adults to make sure you get guided into a solid grown up one day who discovers their purpose for their life experience – those I’m thinking about. For the curious deeper divers into my recommendations,…

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I think this is it. It’s been fun though.

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This is probably my saddest and most negative story ever and I didn’t intend for it to be. It’s like whats inside me now and it’s so heavy it’s effecting everyone around me so I have to get it out. This could very well be my last personal writing piece for some time. Maybe all time. I know deep down in my heart that’s not true but then again if…

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I started to cry in a meeting! AHHHH LOL

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Excuse me please. Yeah. That totally happened. It’s happened before but I’ve always pulled through and fought it back. It’s very rare but today I had to excuse myself and chose to not return. Yet I feel proud of myself. Sure, some of the suits may write me off as some emotional girl or something but dang it felt good. They weren’t tears of frustration or tears of lacking girl…

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What will you make?

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I’ve changed a lot of ways I spend my time that I get to choose how to spend. As I get more and more aligned with letting a job be just that and seeing my youngest start learning to drive – I seem to have more time to determine what I do while it burns away anyway. Less people need me, I suppose. After I shake off that moment of…

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Cauliflower

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I grew up calling those white flowering florets wrapped in plastic at the grocery store call-ah-flower. Now I can’t say if it just took me 45+ years to notice it, or it’s because it sounds so different it struck me to pay notice now. But sometimes, I hear English-as-a-first-language people refer to it as cuh-lee-flower. Perhaps it has something to do with the fact that everything you can replace with…

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Wonderful West Virginia – A Story

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My Pappy, Noil Clarence Hall, was the subject of my son’s ancestry project for school. Turns out, I was born 7th generation in West Virginia. I didn’t realize how deeply rooted in the same area we are. That means, when West Virginia succeeded from the confederate’s democrat plan to forcefully claim 11 states of their own to make a new country and keep slaves at their disposal – my family…

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