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» Posted By steph On 08.12.2012 @ 10:40 pm


Pointless drivel spews from today’s youth in the shoddiest excuse for communication.

» Posted By Steph On 08.11.2012 @ 5:11 am


cam-ee-ra and give me a kiss.

» Posted By steph On 08.02.2012 @ 12:56 pm


Wooden on a shelf, holds various items, can transport you to other worlds and show you new things. Reminds me of narnia even though that was a wardrobe. cabinet starts with C so a cat could hide there and be happy with a nap. I think of food and a place you can hide something special to yourself, somewhere no one else can look, especially if it’s in your room. a secret cabinet for secret things. The hinges squeek because it’s been used many times and the wood is brown, slightly faded with age. but it opens and closes all the same. when it’s open, it says hello, when it’s closed it says go.

» Posted By Steph On 07.28.2012 @ 2:30 pm


It was night. It was cold. My partner and I were on patrol at the docks.

The wind picked up and I shivered, pulling my jacket tighter.

That’s when I heard the splash and a quick, terrified shriek.

“Milly?” I called into the fridged air. “Milly?!”

The splash sounded once more….

» Posted By Steph On 07.20.2012 @ 1:47 am

The patrol are the people that watch and protect. This reminds me of how we have a patrol at the fence between the U.S. and Mexico. I think this word is not that interesting.

» Posted By Steph On 07.19.2012 @ 4:52 pm


some one who gives you hints and advise when needed. Someone you can depend on. A helpful person. A person who gives you an opinion or option when needing assistance.

» Posted By Steph On 07.11.2012 @ 9:20 pm


The first day of vacation. My time till now has followed a rolling wave of stress. Now I can see the shore.

» Posted By Steph On 06.30.2012 @ 9:44 am

A day of possibilities, of relief and making you feel fresh again. Nothing can stop you on Saturday. I like to think it can be a day of family, or friends, or even just you time. This is why its great. Its anything, the possibilites are endless.

» Posted By steph On 06.29.2012 @ 2:13 pm


don’t dwell on the past. learn from mistakes but do not well on them.

» Posted By Steph On 06.23.2012 @ 10:20 pm


The mayor in my old hometown was rather crazy. She would fly down all the way from Auckland city to mayor a city she did not live in. Why, I do not know. She was particularly full of herself as well, wanting to name many things after herself. And they just keep getting worse. When will we have an intelligent leader?

» Posted By Steph On 06.15.2012 @ 8:53 pm


Is a beautiful place where people come to gather and either celebrate, converse, share ideas, or mourn. A beautiful structure full of amazing architecture and beautiful stained glass. Found all over the world and vary from region to region. Some new some old some abandoned and broken.

» Posted By steph On 06.14.2012 @ 8:48 pm


The fear rose through me like a cartoon temperature gauge. Switching in. I had been so reluctant to find a place on the bench, saturated with fervor and adrenaline for the game. But after I had been out for a minute, shouting from the sidelines, I had a tinge of fear to return to the court. I hated switching for the same reason I hated anything that made me tense up with nerves.

» Posted By Steph On 06.12.2012 @ 3:59 am


The rubber grip between my fingers. Opposite of what I’m used to. Left over right. Left over right. Because if you hold it like a baseball bat and try to hit the ball backhand, your arms will twist up like a double helix.

» Posted By Steph On 06.10.2012 @ 12:45 pm


The old man looked at his watch. It was time. He lifted his tartan cap from his wive’s dressing table and headed out of the door. This cap had seen a lot, possibly more than the old man had. If only it could talk. It could tell him what had really happened that day. If his wife really had taken her own life or if there was more to the story. He brushed his hand over the top of the cap. It was dusty.

» Posted By Steph On 06.03.2012 @ 4:13 pm


Food and water are necessity. Necessity includes things you cannot live without. Structure and medicine can be a necessity. Needs, not wants or desires.

» Posted By steph On 06.02.2012 @ 6:25 pm


The poster was tattered about the edges, worn with age and looking flimsy. He kept it up however. It was the only reminder he had of the both of them together. Her teeth were smiling back at him from the poster and his own smile next to hers was bright and happy. He wished their relationship wasn’t as tattered as the poster of them together.

» Posted By Steph On 04.26.2012 @ 3:58 pm


His lips were chapped when he kissed me. Yet soft against mine all the same. He smelt of strong coffee and tasted the same way. The kiss was gentle and soft, barely a minute long. It made small trembles dance up my spine.

» Posted By Steph On 04.24.2012 @ 6:16 pm


He wore dirty sunglasses to school everyday. The type of glasses that have smudge marks across the lenses and are tattered around the rims. He would wear them with pride however, not caring what others thought about him, or his sunglasses. It was always the same pair, he never brought new ones even though I knew he had the money.

» Posted By Steph On 04.18.2012 @ 6:28 pm


temper is a scary thing, it causes us to do irrational things and say things we don’t mean. but it also sometimes a necessary release.

» Posted By Steph On 03.25.2012 @ 1:13 pm


put things in it, also on a elephant. I think elephants are interesting although their trunks only hold water. The other kind.. well it can hold all kinds of things.

» Posted By steph On 03.22.2012 @ 5:32 pm


they are a judgement of someone’s work by a third person who had nothing to do with creating that work. Also used for television, how many people watch what etc…

» Posted By Steph On 03.21.2012 @ 8:21 am


i really don’t like how little kids are being out into these beauty pageants these days. especially now that they’re televised. if it’s the childs choice then fine but 90% of them are just the parents living vicariously through their children. it’s not right but instead of stopping it we pay for it.

» Posted By Steph On 03.19.2012 @ 7:02 pm

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA. pageants. wow. What an amazing testimony to the shallowness of the human race. Then again, I don’t know much about them. All i see are the horrifying dresses and “todlers and tiaras” among the junk on t.v. From my point of view, its just another way to keep women focused on their looks and off important issues in the world.

» Posted By Steph On 03.19.2012 @ 1:03 pm


brunch is the greatest time of day that is a mix of breakfast and lunch brunch is great brunch is fine brunch is now on my mind we love to eat and rejoice because its wonderful.
oh yes

» Posted By Steph On 03.08.2012 @ 7:29 pm



» Posted By steph On 03.01.2012 @ 11:40 am


I remember losing my uncle at a very short age. He died of a heart attack and left behind his wife and daughter. It has been several years now, but I can still tell that the loss of his life has greatly impacted the family around me. We will always love Uncle Ronnie and never forget him.

» Posted By Steph On 02.24.2012 @ 5:51 am


I ran all the way to the school just to get to the track field and do some laps. Afterwards I was so exhausted, I couldn’t even see. Everything was a blur. I wanted so badly to go home, but I had no ride. I wanted to puke. My legs hurt so bad.

» Posted By Steph On 02.17.2012 @ 11:17 pm


a moment in time, captured forever. This one moment only originally seen by few, can eventually be seen by all. A moment so small and fleeting that without the aid of the camera would never be fully experienced, relived, or reflected upon. It must be asked, without the camera would the moment even exist?

» Posted By Steph On 02.06.2012 @ 9:45 am


My chief complaint is that, you’re an idiot! You’re not respected and you are a horrible manager of people. Why don’t you let people do their jobs, and leave them alone.

» Posted By Steph On 02.03.2012 @ 9:16 pm

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