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  • Adrielle Belle
    Published about 18 hours ago
    My runaway story

    My runaway story

    When I was 17 years old, I was a homeless runaway. I never would have imagined this becoming my story. I concentrated on elevating myself to be better. I wanted to disprove what any statistical likelihood could have predicted, of me. I was an honor student, and the youngest high school graduate in my class. I was a member of every team and club, and a favorite amongst my teachers. I had a lot of friends, and would probably be remembered for being really 'sweet' and in some cases, 'shy.' But I had a debilitating secret that I kept from everyone...
  • stephanie borges
    Published about 20 hours ago
    A better way to take care of the elders

    A better way to take care of the elders

    When it comes to our parents, we want to be there for them. However, where can they live to enjoy their golden years? Living on their own can be significant. Eventually, the time will come when they will need help getting around the house. Not to mention, they can easily be injured, and that would put a lot of anxiety and stress when the family doesn’t hear from their grandparents or see them for a while. So, you would think a nursing home is an excellent choice because you would feel safe knowing the staff is certified. They wouldn’t be alone because of the other seniors.
  • Bill Codi
    Published about 20 hours ago
    Choose to be Happy

    Choose to be Happy

    I was in a terrible car accident years ago. A seemingly normal day. I was on my way to work. Only 22 years old, cruising 80mph down the freeway when I heard my phone buzz from the passenger seat. Maybe it was human reflex or force of habit that pulled my eyes away the road. I turned my gaze toward the cell phone hum against the leather seat. Only a blink. A moment. When I looked up, a semi-trailer was at a dead stop not 10 feet ahead. Time stopped. Calm came over me as I watched the front end of my car folding against the trailer, my inevitable demise, in slow motion. My higher conscious spoke, “I’m ready. I’m ready to go home.” Overcome with peace and trust I lifted my foot off the break...
  • Patricia Stone
    Published a day ago
    Identically Different

    Identically Different

    Ninety Four plus years ago, the above twins were born into the world to a loving interracial couple. They were born in Arkansas, a very southern state. Strangely, they recall their childhood as one filled with joy, happiness and lots of love. Them, nor any of their siblings ever spoke of encountering any incidents of discrimination or racism. They often laugh about how they were afraid of insects and would run from something the call, “flying manners.”
  • Chiara Torelli
    Published a day ago
    Au Naturel: Tea-Tree Totaller

    Au Naturel: Tea-Tree Totaller

    There's a new trend on the horizon, and this one's a keeper! Many of us are beginning to take sustainability and natural health more seriously in our daily routines. Our awareness of what we put in and on our bodies is evolving, as is our understanding of the social and ecological impacts of the products we use. We're shifting our focus from fads and trends to long-term, ethical and natural solutions.
  • Tondrika Hayes
    Published 2 days ago
    Retrospect

    Retrospect

    Night fell around the only car on the two lane road in the backwaters of the sleepy town. A pair of headlights flickered to life as day gave way to dusk, and with it the dangers of deer leaping onto the roadway. Behind the wheel was a naval officer, her sweatpants and t-shirt ensemble allowing her to blend in with the civilians while she was on leave. She doesn't want the attention, she never has but it always seems to find her. The county knew her as the spelling bee champ, and chemist. But only the school teacher knew that she hated the attention and praise. Her eyes were bright with the promise of sandy beaches and opportunity waiting for her back at the navel base, but sad knowing that her time at home was quickly drawing to a close.