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- The Riff emerging from Repentino..
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- Who is Harry Brake and why a blog?!
- WHS Memorial Trees
- Why is this Named…in Mexico?
Tag Archives: Chapel Branch
I will remember that day – locked into my memory forever. Yet it was only a start. Walking alongside the back athletic fields of Seaford High, you could see the heat waves in the air and no kidding, there he … Continue reading
“How do you say something to someone every time you see them?” As I watched “When We Were Knights”, alot slipped into place. “You either live a genuine life true to who you are or you don’t.” So much comes … Continue reading
I remember that one moment that ultimately was just a paradigm shift in all that I had know. I have mentioned this before but I still can not forget the one particular moment that turned in my head like keys, … Continue reading
Looking back at the trip back to Delaware, without driving, was exciting to say the least. Initially planning on staying in Mexico due to several issues, but then being resolved, I was excited to say the least to be heading … Continue reading
“What was your favorite part of vacation?” I know I do not get questions like that but I love them. Why? It makes me think as a person as well, and not take the moments I tend to forget, memorable … Continue reading