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  • Their Rented Home
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    Renting a home to live in, rather than buying a home to live in is a much wiser decision. When renting a home you are able to have free maintenance, partially included utilities and the freedom to pack up and move at anytime you wish. We all like the luxury of being waited on, especially if it is at no cost to us. With a rental home, if the plumbing fouls up, the roof starts to leak or some other untimely mishap, free maintenance is only a phone call away for the renters because the landlord is ...
  • Point To My Stolen Base Totals
    381 words
    In your 5 x 5 strategy column, you say, 'a stolen base is worth more than a home run. ' Stolen bases might be more rare, but their importance is not higher. Were Joe Player to steal a base, he would be adding one point to my stolen base totals. If he hit a homer, he would improve his average, get at least one RBI, score a run, and add a point to my home run total. Obviously, an act that helps four categories is better than something that helps only one. Peter: You raise a good point. I didn't me...
  • Light Thunderstorm Passes Overhead
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    A Passing Thunderstorm When one returns home from work or school, the first thing he wants is relaxation. Some factors that can affect relaxation are sights, sounds, and feelings. To achieve the most relaxing environment at your home, you must have ideal weather conditions. Different weather can affect these factors. There is not a more relaxing atmosphere than a cozy house while a light thunderstorm passes overhead. An oncoming thunderstorm should visibly change your atmosphere. One can look ou...
  • Way Home One Day Georgia
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    In the book Away Laughing on a Fast Camel: Even More Confessions of Georgia Nicolson by Louise Rennison, the main character, Georgia, is going through things that any teenage girl is likely to go through. Georgia lives in England with her mother, father, three year old sister, Libby, and "pure devil" cat, Angus. She is the girlfriend of a "Sex God", who is the lead singer of a band, the Stiff Dylans. She has a group of friends, Ellen, Jools, Rosie, Mabs, and her best friend, Jas, who refer to th...
  • Just One
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    Old Memories "I put your red sweater under your flannel shirt. The red one is warmer than the gray one so wear it when the temperature gets low. Inside the black plastic bag is some medicine. These are for cold and flu. Take them when you don't feel well. If you start coughing, take those green capsules plus one of these yellow antibiotics. Remember, just one. They are really strong. Don't take those white tablets during the day because they make you feel drowsy. But if you... "Mom, I know, I kn...
  • Lou Barlow
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    Arguably the most productive songwriter of his generation, Lou Barlow is also the one of the most influential; thanks to his low-fidelity legacy, any geek with a guitar, a four-track machine and an unrequited crush on a girl could become an underground pop star. Although born in Dayton, Ohio on July 17, 1966, Barlow was raised primarily in Amherst, Massachusetts, where during high school he joined forces with fellow introverted outsider J Mascis in the hardcore band Deep Wound. After the group's...
  • Start And Seamus Begley At The End
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    The First Day back at School By Tr " iona Buckley, Just thinking about it makes me nervous. It is like starting off at junior infants again. This year I'm starting secondary school, approximately 10 miles from home. I'm on my own. I know nobody else starting with me. I can imagine my surroundings, as I got a great tour of the school on the open day. The smell of the big hall where we will all gather. Mr. O' Brien, the principal will probably welcome us. We are the only class to go in on Friday A...
  • Home With My Grandmother
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    GOD DID IT! Huh, Madear? I remember as a child growing up in the home with my grandmother, how she kept everything together. It was her grace, mercy, strength, smile and ambition that captivated our family, and others to remember we needed one anther. She has five kids; three by her first husband, two by her second and nine grandchildren. She is the one the family considered the backbone. She was the one we cried on, laughed with and at, or just talked with regardless of the situation. My grandm...

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