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Paris is a City for Artists

Paris is a city for artists. Everyone has their own version of Paris. At the mention of the city of love some daly in daydreams of a wistful glance from a parisian lover or the fluttering of lashes hinting...

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Her Short Hair, My Long Journey

“Please shut down all electronics before we begin.”   As I eagerly glared at the rows of heads before me, I heard my mother silencing my younger sisters....

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From Tears To Fire

This summer, June to be exact, I took a trip with my grandmother to Indiana. This was no vacation, but a time to say goodbye. We were visiting my great grandmother, Wilma. This Wilma...

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A New Culture Within Me

You can’t pretend to know the size of the world. Curious, though, isn’t it, how quickly people seem to forget that the world is shrinking? The blank edges of the map are filling in,...

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A Day at the Beach

In the late morning of Sunday, the clouds were in the air blocking the heavy rays of the sun to keep the cool air breeze through my small room window. Waking up at a later time calls for a well breakfast...

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Guatemala’s Erupting Beauty

"Stick? Stick? Es muy necesario!" A small boy with impossibly tiny wrists held out a long wooden stick, his dirty face full of hope. Our guide had warned us to look uninterested in purchasing...

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Appalachia

The vast open mountains welcome me as the pink sunset peers through.  I am breathing Appalachian air. Just this moment makes the eight hour car ride worthwhile. Soon, we cruise on down to the...

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My American Idol Experience

The word family can be defined as a basic social unit consisting of parents and their children, considered as a group, (www.dictionary.com). To me, family...

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Thanks to My Family, Dreams Do Come True!

Dear Mom and Dad, Do you remember when I used to cut out all of the pictures of Italy and France and post them all over my wall? I used to just sit there and stare at them; in awe at all...

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Nobody Hits as Hard as Life: We Realize That in Our Own Way

There is an ancient Chinese proverb; “A journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.” I used to wonder how about my journey.  Between juggling responsibilities of helping...

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