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[Photographs: Emily Dryden] If I learned anything about food growing up down south, it’s that a cast iron skillet can work wonders for any recipe—even chocolate chip cookies. Slap a chocolate chip cookie dough in a cast iron skillet, and it’ll bake up crunchy around the edges, but soft and fudgy in the middle, like…

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January 22, 2018

I have been enjoying reading this mother and son’s journey walking across New Hampshire. I am inspired by their fighting spirit. They struggle to walk, something I take for granted and look what they did. Read about the trip and then I encourage to read the blog posts in the order they occurred. Be prepared …

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Categories: Life

The Story It was dark outside. There was a loud noise and sirens. I remember being carried by my Mom down the street to Wendy Court. There was a bright spot,  huge flames and firetrucks. I was not yet 5. The flames appeared to be all over a garage. I heard the adults talking and …

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Originally posted on FranklyWrite:
I wish I had a clone. Cloning myself. Sci-fi isn’t my genre, but here it goes. I would need two clones with independent thought, but who think like me with my memories, sensibilities  and talents. Clone One or Cloe One would be responsible for the house work, this would include the dishes,…

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