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africa days.

This current semester, I have had two international students transfer into my hall. One is Trescillia, a 22-year-old woman from India, and the other is Anna, a 44-year-old woman from Kenya. Neither have ever been to the United States before or even seen snow for that matter, so the culture shock has been a difficult … Continue reading

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stalls?

                        I wonder if anyone’s ever kept a tally of which bathroom stalls are used the most. The long, abandoned bathroom in the basement of the library made me wonder this yesterday morning. Do people like the big, handicapped ones better or the small, … Continue reading

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a new year.

I love this newly picked, garden-fresh, crisp, unwilted, raw, natural new year already. I only have a pair of considerations for 2011. Two of the biggest things that I complain about not having/taking/making enough time for are the Bible and exercise. Ultimately, knowing the Lord is not solely about reading your Bible everyday – yes, … Continue reading