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    Zai's cheerful good-humour and repartee had Kyle grinning like an idiot all the way back to the highway, and beyond. It was a treat to see her emerging from her shell and becoming a woman, proud of her femininity and attractiveness again. At least that's how Kyle perceived it; that he was seeing a different side to Azairah D'Amici, and possibly one that had been displayed to very few others. That her charm, wit and sensuality contrasted against the murder she'd so viciously perpetrated in the forest, evidenced by the blood-smeared features and crimson stained dress, was not contemplated by Kyle as it may have been by others. You could be a cold-blooded, brutal killer, and simultaneously be a desirable woman. It all depended on perspective, and who was deserving of seeing which aspects of your personality. Kyle had viewed a number of Zai's and looked forward to even more. He wanted to know her completely, and for there to be secrets between them. Along with the sweet sound of her voice, and the entrancing laugh, those internal contemplations caused him to feel content on the journey to the Motel, and not speak about the details of what had occurred. He was caught up in his own world. It must have been the cooler night air, which caused his brain to switch modes, or the profile of Azairah viewed through the window that mingled with the image of an Angel he'd seen as she walked towards him in the forest, and the Army veteran realised he'd never felt as he did with Zai with any…

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    It was also only the beginning of a soon to be lost voice. As the cheers die down we take a little intermission for ourselves to grab some drinks. By the time we get back to our seats the score was seven to seventeen, we were winning. It nears halftime and Purdue makes two more touchdowns putting the score at twenty-one to seventeen. We weren’t worried because the ball would be ours after halftime and were sure we could get the points we needed. This brings us to halftime! We watch the band…

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    “Markers, Paw-Prints, Hair Dye, and Other Mistakes” I love trying new things. I’m bold. I love the rush of adrenaline you get when taking risks. I love the unknown. I’ve had this mindset for as long as I can remember; I’ve always believed that living a life without being audacious isn’t a life worth having. You need to be impulsive. Try new things without worrying about the outcome, because if you do, you won’t enjoy the little things in life nearly as much. But things can go wrong, and…

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    way to be done. It also means like whatever happens in your life, don’t give up until you can reach your goal. Don’t stop even you fail after all it’s not yet the end. As we grow older there are lot of things happens in our life, there are lot of problem that challenge us to see how far can we…

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    Stories begin without us knowing, and they never end when we think they have. There’s a misconception that moments stop, but that’s impossible. Right now is connected to ten years ago, but it’s also attached to a million futures, no definitive length only indefinite time. So in every moment we begin again, continuing to mold our stories. Just another once upon a time. Learning is so much more than school to me. The typical system of education has little value in my eyes. We grow from reading…

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    In the novel, “The Things They Carried”, Tim O’Brien remembers, reflects, and shares the tangible and intangible items he and his comrades carried throughout their time at war. O’Brien also reflects on other items he carries through his daily life, such as memories, stress, and his daughter. What people carry with them is a glimpse into their mind, soul, and heart. It helps define who they are as a person and their possible future. I carry tangible and intangible items constantly through my…

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    Do you ever get the feeling that God has a sense of humour? Most of the time, I find it in life’s irony. The little things popping you are hopelessly trying to avoid, and seemingly insignificant people doing extraordinary, earth-shattering things. Initially I’ll be frustrated and angry with God (imagine inner tantrums and kicking and screaming), but after some time, especially when it is reoccurring, I finally get the point; the point that I have absolutely no control over this life, and that…

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    A Summer to Die Molly and Meg Chalmers are very different. Molly is the type of person who is the popular girl at school, has multiple boyfriends, and is known for her beauty and laughter. She takes pride in the little things in life, just like her mother. On the other side, Meg is a very awkward kind of girl, instead of living in a fantasy world like her sister, she pays attention to the logic of everything, like her father. They believe that if they get excited about the little things, then…

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    Emily Little wrote an article titled “Too Dependent on Technology?” and she talks of how things are different in the present state compared to twenty years ago. “Twenty years ago, the world had no Facebook, no Google and no YouTube. There were no electric cars, no smartphones and no wireless Internet,” Little states. While this may be an obvious statement, it is a statement people often look over and not think about or even realize. That is how technology is overlooked and taken advantage of,…

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    Each parent will have an opportunity to share as much or as little information about themselves, their lives, or their children as they would like to. This group is an informal group which allows each parent to talk about any subject they would like to talk about as long as it is a stress or stress management related topic. Every parent in the group will have a chance to share, if they would like to, a problem or situation that may be causing them stress in their daily lives. After everyone…

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