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My photo diary 2015 - Week #8

Since the beginning of 2015 I have been participating in a rather exciting photographic project. My goal is to take one photo each day, so at the end of the year I will have my own photographic diary. To spice it up a bit I set a theme for each week, just to make it a bit more exciting. 

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My photo diary week #8

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Added by Magda Zindrou on February 26, 2015 at 2:58am — No Comments

A Real Live Diary of Teen Mary Rose

Just back from rehab, Mary Rose returns to her regular hang-out in pursuit of her "would-be" soul mate, Ryan. She is devastated when he shows up with another girl... and not just any girl either... a really pretty hippie girl, who is older, and maybe even cooler. The True Diary of Mary Rose. Find out more at http://dearnobodydiary.com non-fiction/ YA

This is a poignant, sometimes somber, but always thought-provoking story of a struggling teen,…

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Added by Sheila English on June 20, 2014 at 2:26pm — No Comments

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