Monthly Archives: May 2019

Learning Curve

She’d always heard that Catholic girls go wild when they enter college, but she didn’t believe it. That didn’t mean that Jessie wouldn’t wonder what would happen once her classes began. Would she adhere to the morals and values she’d … Continue reading

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Just Me

If I could choose to be anything in the world, I’d prefer to stay me, an ordinary girl.   Nothing too special, simply plain ol’ me; terribly typical without mystery.   Lacking true beauty from the outside, I’ve talents aplenty … Continue reading

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It’s all Relative

Winter’s cold seeps into my bones, leaving me chilled and shivering. While in my neighbor’s cozy homes a fire keeps teeth from chattering.   I layer my clothes from inside out in hopes of staying toasty warm, but find I … Continue reading

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Into the Medina

Mary had no trouble following the tour guide as the group descended from the coach and wound through the busy city streets of Fes. Even though her hat covered her eyes, just a bit, she could still see the red … Continue reading

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