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The Yearbooks are Here

I was a hard working member of my high school yearbook staff. Under the guise of journalism, I enjoyed putting my own photo on as many pages as possible. That was the 'name of the game' and a great motivation for the many long hours it took until we received the long-awaited call of "The yearbooks are here!!!" For the staff that meant a night of unloading boxes and implementing the next day's distribution plan. It was also a cause for great celebration.



Yearbooks Are Still… Continue

Added by Hillcrest Cottage on May 24, 2009 at 12:05pm — No Comments

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Life fades. The normal course is not to have things ripped away. Trauma comes in ripping, but the fading leaves quietly without notice. In peaceful moments, I often mark time with the thought: This is life... my life.



True and not true. It is, and it isn't.



For, Experience reminds me that I can no more hold onto the present than I can grasp falling water. Passing over fingertips, effects are felt, but don't remain. Every present is a part, a series of weavings that one day… Continue

Added by Hillcrest Cottage on May 17, 2009 at 4:00pm — No Comments

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