Adult Stories

21 Jul 19
Of Grace & Grapes

If you’ve been following our blog or have heard any of our stories in the last few years, you’ll know that Segawa has a son named Nevin. Emmanuel Nevin. As I write this, he’s marching around the living room, pretending to be going on a journey. I keep waving goodbye to him. I asked if […]

21 Jul 19
Out of the Shadows

I think it started with the nightmares, but I honestly don’t know. For me personally, the times it has happened, it has creeped up slowly and I don’t see it coming. Apart from the last time. The worst time, when I kind of knew it was happening but couldn’t sop it. Now…now I believe I […]

21 Jul 19
BCNN1 WP

I am going out on a limb here about what you should ask a missionary, so I have to put some disclaimers up in advance. Disclaimer number one…I LOVE BEING A MISSIONARY!!! This blog is pointing out the bad aspects that you will not normally hear us say. It does not mean that I am […]

21 Jul 19
embracingmenow

Hello darling, If you missed me, here is the reason for my absence … I am working on a project that I had been thinking about for a while, so now I have the confidence to fulfill it, and I would love for you to accompany me along the way with your stories, and feedback. […]

21 Jul 19
Judge-Tutor Semple

Marvel Action: Spiderman Published by IDW Written by Delilah S. Dawson Art by Fico Ossio Colors by Ronda Pattison Letters by shawn lee Associate Editor: Chase Marotz Editor in Chief: John Barber Assistant Editors: Anni Perheentupa & Elizabeth Brei Editor: Denton J. Tipton Spider-Man created by Stan Lee & Steve Ditko Originally Published in 3 Issues November […]

21 Jul 19
Rose's Reviews

A Nearly Normal Family by M.T.Edvardsson Published June 2019: first US edition; originally published in Sweden 2018 Celadon Books/ Macmillan Publishers ISBN: 9781250204431 389 pages $26.99 Ever listen to people recount stories from their experiences? The story is ever-changing, and the story is never the same between people. This is why, when conducting interrogations, the […]

21 Jul 19
Taylor's

–Hello Bloggies and Bloggettes! I want to center this blog towards my younger audience today. When I was a freshman in college Twitter, Instagram, and especially Snapchat were really just starting to take over college campuses. Nowadays, it’s almost unheard of to come across a freshman without an online profile of some sort. Now, you […]

21 Jul 19
Outsider on the Inside

When I was twenty two I was reaching the end of my university career (or so I thought; less than 6 months later I was enrolled in a Master of Adult Education degree). I was completing my last year at Teacher’s College and needed to arrange an ‘Alternative Practicum.’ This is where you take on […]

21 Jul 19
IreneisKocao

July 2019 So a little update with my life: It’s been 2 months since I chose to move to NYC to “start my career search” from scratch instead of moving to Sai Gon for a really good opportunity that I was 3/4 way there (Prudential pls don’t put me in your black list :)). Of […]

21 Jul 19
Motionswee77

I saw 1994’s The Lion King in theaters, and watched it many times after; I had younger cousins who were obsessed with it, and so I watched it some more.  Suffice to say, I know the film by heart, like many who love it.  I wasn’t surprised that Disney would be giving it the “live action” […]

21 Jul 19
Wausau Pilot & Review

Brian Rinker In the middle of a work project at a global corporate consulting firm, Katherine Switz was gripped with a debilitating bout of anxiety. Her body froze, her heart raced, her chest tightened, and her mind went blank, which made it nearly impossible for her to concentrate on a computer screen and do her […]

21 Jul 19
Sarah's Reading Corner

Synopsis: “Jake is wildly in love with Brett Ashley, a remarkably beautiful yet dissolute woman of class. Leaving behind the Pernod and parties of their life in Paris, the pair and their fellow expatriates take an excursion to Spain. There, in the midst of the dazzling fiesta and the heady atmosphere of the bullfight, their […]