Teens by Amber Yates

Teens by Amber Yates

I was told when I first had a daughter that as soon as she turned 13 she would turn on me and be the most difficult person to deal with. She would hate me and everything I have ever said. I have watched...
Published on 12 March 2004
Family
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Ragamuffin Romeo In Search Of Friendly Female Feline For LTR by Da Goddess

Ragamuffin Romeo In Search Of Friendly Female Feline For LTR by Da Goddess

Do you remember the part of “The Wizard of Oz” when Dorothy meets the Cowardly Lion? That’s how I felt for a moment a couple of months ago. My son and I had traveled up to the hills...
Published on 11 March 2004
Discovery
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17:25 Christmas Eve, Yurakucho by Kristen McQuillin

17:25 Christmas Eve, Yurakucho by Kristen McQuillin

That’s me, alone on the end of the platform there. My usual bad timing. Both trains have shut their doors and are pulling away. I’m stranded for 3 minutes until the next train arrives–an...
Published on 11 March 2004
Reflections
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Jumping for Joy! by Lee

Jumping for Joy! by Lee

Well what do I say? I am not much of a writer but I am somebody who loves take, and to look at photos. I took this photo of my children playing under the sprinkler in the front yard. It was originally...
Published on 10 March 2004
Family
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Renewal by Da Goddess

Renewal by Da Goddess

The starkness of Winter is like sleep or death and the brilliance of Spring is the reminder of birth and renewal. It’s easy to become weighted down by the grayness that surrounds you during Winter....
Published on 9 March 2004
Moment
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The Arcade by John Setzler

The Arcade by John Setzler

As a child, Saturday mornings were a special time for me. My father was a self employed owner/operator of a small printing company in the downtown area of my community. Shortly after sunrise every Saturday...
Published on 8 March 2004
Moment
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Room of Trees by David White

Room of Trees by David White

A year ago I lived in a house with four other university students. To get to class each day, you could walk 20 minutes through pleasant middle class neighbourhood streets, or you could take a usually...
Published on 7 March 2004
Discovery
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Under the bridge by Cindy Robbins

Under the bridge by Cindy Robbins

Although river and highway intersect here, they seldom bother each other. The highway is the busiest in this area but sitting in the shade under the bridge with the river calmly moving, it feels as though...
Published on 6 March 2004
Moment
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Yet she smiles by Jason Wall

Yet she smiles by Jason Wall

I don’t know her name. She lives in the city of Soroti in Uganda. Her happy face seems out of place in a country so poor. She is probably no older than five or six, and in a country where wives...
Published on 5 March 2004
Discovery
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A wedding from the past by David Sheriton

A wedding from the past by David Sheriton

There’s a well known question used by magazines in interviews and sometimes in dinner party games that goes, “if there was a fire at your home what is the one item you would have to save”. It’s...
Published on 4 March 2004
Family, Reflections
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