Click Date Repeat – Book Review

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Click Date Repeat by K. J. Farnham
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Age category: Adult
Release Date: 21 August, 2014


These days, finding love online is as commonplace as ordering that coveted sweater. But back in 2003, the whole concept of Internet dating was still quite new, with a stigma attached to it that meant those who were willing to test the waters faced a fair amount of skepticism from friends and family.

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Caturday felid trifecta: Cat naps, goalkitty, Darwin the retriever cat — Why Evolution Is True

Bancha Kimavaha ( hooksamui)

Once again you’re lucky enough to get three cat-related items today. The first, from the Daily Mail, shows moggies sleeping in weird positions. There are a lot more; here are my favorites: ********* From LoveMeow, meet Keys, aka “goalkitty”: Her human, Peter Mares from California, discovered her unique talent by accident. Peter noticed one […]

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Change is necessary

The Happy Book

I have read an article about change in life is necessary. So I wanted all my readers to have a look on this .. I am sharing this for you .

Change is a necessary part of life. Without change there would be no life at all. Our lives are actually fueled by change, though most of us want a certain amount of stability.

If you can learn to accept change as a helpful friend rather than something to be avoided, you may experience less stress.

We can’t be here without changing. Everything about this world is changing each moment. It may seem as if some things are relatively stable, but the truth is we can’t see much of the change happening in this world. On the microscopic level, everything is changing constantly. We can, of course, see our lives visually, but even there we may not be aware of…

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My Diary: Stepping Out Of The Window

Gerald's Rather Strange Diary

June sat in the chair with her head in the hedgerow.‭ ‬I had to go out in a car wrapped up in old curtains and I walked out the door‭ (‬which has a slight lisp‭) ‬with a boomerang for a head‭ ‬-‭ ‬it hasn’t been reported if it ever returned.‭ ‬The remainder of my body went on the long journey,‭ ‬tracing a route around a pearl necklace and then a gold bracelet.‭ ‬My friend and I stopped at the point where the minute hand of his wristwatch pointed due South‭ ‬-‭ ‬although I still insisted on looking West as this was where the bad weather usually came from.‭ ‬I put a mix of conscious and subconscious utterings on a pristine wall,‭ ‬sullying it with my imagination,‭ ‬and then came part of the way home on the needle of an old fashioned record player.

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Screen Shot 2016-07-29 at 11.19.57 PMI built a wall

between us

of unsaid words

of closed doors

of faces turned away

and backs turned towards

That day in the field

the sun high in the sky

the dead grass crunching under our feet

it was not a step I took towards you

but a wall I climbed

that it is why it took so long

to be at last

by your side

That is why as the wall exists

it will always take so long

As the wall exists

I will always be hiding–

a bigger occasion always needed

to get me to climb

I understand now

I will have to start chipping away at that wall

with words exchanged

open doors

with faces turned forwards

instead of away

Because if I don’t start chipping away at that wall

I will continue chipping away at you papa

and I don’t want to do that papa

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