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Minipost: Marriage is Like a Two-Person Raid Team

A lot of my posts cover people’s necessity for other people. As humans, we’re continuously completing one another in various aspects. From sports to the workplace to the hearth, we’re reminded time and time again that we can’t do everything … Continue reading

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Captain’s Log: The Making of “Astro Academy”

Captain’s log: Stardate 45176.38 I’ve received my latest assignment from Fleet High Command. The high admiral wants me to take on a group of cadets and teach them about the stars. It’s a means of prepping them for a future … Continue reading

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Hands On and Involved

It was Parent Night in my religious education classroom this week. To my pleasant surprise, all but two of my students’ parents showed up. The kids and parents usually came to the classroom together, but separated when they sat down: … Continue reading

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Mini-Post: Toriah’s Real Life Adventure of 2012

Or, “The Great Innuendo: Mid-Atlantic Guild Meet-Up of 2012” I’ve written many love letters about and to my guild; I’ve also posted about the fantastic thought-provoking and intelligent conversations I have with my awesome guildmates. After endless discussion about a … Continue reading

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Moments of Spontaneous RP

The best thing about my job is meeting all sorts of different people when I’m out roving the premises or at the desk. I thought I met some strange and quirky individuals on World of Warcraft (case in point: my … Continue reading

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‘Tis the Season

Christmas. Hanukkah. Winter Solstice. Kwanzaa. Winter Veil. Oh, and let’s not forget Festivus (“for the rest of us,” of course). I love it. As stressful and tiring as the holiday season is, I absolutely love it. Of course, every year … Continue reading

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The 9/11 Generation

I was, of all things, reading an article on ESPN’s website over the weekend. In the article, the writer interviewed several college basketball players from all walks of life. These players were all kids– in some form or another– when … Continue reading

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