Wordless Wednesday — Purrseidon

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This post is purrticipating in Comedy Plus’s Awww Monday Blog Hop

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To Kill a Mockingbird at 59: Sometimes the Bible in the Hand Of One Man is Worse than a Whiskey Bottle in the Hand Of Another — Padre Steve’s World: Official Home of the Anti-Chaps

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Friends of Padre Steve’s World, Tomorrow marks the 59th the anniversary of the release of Harper Lee’s classic novel To Kill a Mockingbird. I have read the book, and seen the film many times. Sadly, it is all too relevant in our time. Race hatred and a belief in the absolutes of aberrant forms of […]

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What does the U.S. Congress have in common with head lice? — lifelessons – a blog by Judy Dykstra-Brown

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I know we are all sick of politics, but this informed address to the U.S. Congress by Nick Tomboulides is worth listening to! Nick Tomboulides is one of America’s leading experts on term limits. After serving as Florida Director of U.S. Term Limits, Nick became Executive Director of the organization in 2013. He serves as […]

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Dread upon Waking

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I have borrowed this quote from Grace to Survive’s recent post.  For as long as I can remember,  many mornings are difficult for me.  So often, I awake feeling bloody awful.  Sometimes, I can recall the bad dream that has brought me low; other times, I awake perplexed as to why I feel the weight of the world upon me.  Mornings are often a time where  I recover from my time asleep and dreaming.  Sipping my coffee, browsing through WordPress or Facebook.  Trying to shake bad feelings from bad dreams.  I am sure other people go through this.  This is just the first time that I saw it in print.  Thought it might help others out there to make sense of their difficult mornings.