Monthly Archives: September 2015

Little Girl.

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I never make you proud,
But I promise I won’t put down,
I’ll always be your little girl,
The one who told the story you taught,when she was four,
And won the first price,I remember your happy face.

I know you’ve spent sleepless nights,
Just to let my dreams ignite,
I know there are scars in your heart,
The pain I see in your eyes everyday,They remind me of dreams,That you’ve now sacrificed.

I will leave your house one day,
Leaving behind the surname,That you gave,
But I won’t forget the lessons that you shared,To fight the world in everyway,
You’ve never seen me as a burden,Like the rest of the world says.

You’ve taught me to be brave,and never give up in anyway,
You’ve said the spark in my eyes could turn to flames and spread,
But,I’m just your little girl,Trying to find a place in this world,
It’s…

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TAKE NOTHING WITH YOU

BROTHER MO FERNANDEZ

Our Daily Dose of Wisdom:

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Jesus summoned the Twelve and gave them power and authority over all demons and to cure diseases, and He sent them to proclaim the Kingdom of God and to heal the sick.

He said to them, “TAKE NOTHING FOR THE JOURNEY, NEITHER WALKING STICK, NOR SACK, NOR FOOD, NOR MONEY, AND LET NO ONE TAKE A SECOND TUNIC.  WHATEVER HOUSE YOU ENTER, STAY THERE AND LEAVE FROM THERE.  AND AS FOR THOSE WHO DO NOT WELCOME YOU, WHEN YOU LEAVE THAT TOWN, SHAKE THE DUST FROM YOUR FEET IN TESTIMONY AGAINST THEM.”

Then they set out and went from village to village proclaiming the good news and curing diseases everywhere.

From the Holy Gospel of St. Luck 9: 1-6

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Reflections:

*What is your mission in life?

*What do you think is your life purpose?

*Have we spent a little time to do the purpose…

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Petit Delight, Cleethorpes

Whilst back in my home town the other evening my parents and my boyfriend went for a meal at Petit Delight in Cleethorpes.

Petit Delight is a French restaurant which says that it ‘draws authentic influences from Parisian café, French bistro and family restaurant cultures’ and I have to agree.

There was an ample drinks menu ranging from wine to jugs of Pimms as well as a incredible sounding food menu which you can view here: Menu.

However, as a vegetarian I have to admit that I wasn’t hugely impressed with the options available as the only vegetarian main course was Tarte aux oignons caramélisés et brie. Luckily I quite fancied this but more than one vegetarian main would have been extra nice.

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This was the tart which really was deliciously and came with an impressively tasty salad. I will admit I am really not a courgette person, but the courgette…

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DIY: I Get Trapped in a Duct Tape Dress Form

Adventures in Verdance

My mom and I got the idea to do this after realizing that adjustable dress forms run in the $100’s these days. This article was my inspiration, but there are several other iterations out there. My only spin on this was that I got too impatient and did this DIY all by my lonesome, instead of with a buddy and a safe word.

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First, a note. A Samsung Note 5, to be exact (har har). I recently switched from an iPhone 5S to my Note and I have refused to ever look back. The camera capability alone was enough to make me a permanent convert, especially when my tripod decided to break and I couldn’t use my camera easily for this post. Instead, I just stuck my phone on top of the tripod using my mini-bendy legged phone tripod. This is not an advertisement — this phone seriously made this post…

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