She’s Always a Woman to Me

Here is another song that we may have already forgotten. Before you look at the song, ask yourself these questions.

  1. Do you have a woman in your life that you often disagree with?
  2. Is there a woman in your life that always run to when you feel sad, when you are happy and in a celebrating mood, when you need a hug or a should to cry on?
  3. Do you have a woman in your life that will be angry at you one minute, but will cook your favorite meal for you the next?
  4. Who can you get to wash your clothes with no questions asked – sometimes even when you do not want her to do so?
  5. Who is that woman in your life that you just want to gather in your arms and take care of her?

Do these questions remind you of a certain woman in your life? Does it remind you of your mom? Yes, you may disagree with her about so many things. You may sometimes see the things that she does as disagreeable. You may find her mean and even wicked sometimes, but she is your mom, she will always be the one and only woman for you.

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Songs We’ve Forgotten

There are a lot of great songs that the new generation may no longer know and others may have already forgotten. This is one of them …

To lead a better life I need my love to be here…

Here, making each day of the year
Changing my life with the wave of her hand
Nobody can deny that there’s something there

Pochese Flower

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How’s Your Vocabulary?

How often do you test your English vocabulary? Sometimes, when you are conversing or telling a story, you find yourself at a loss for the right word or the most appropriate word to describe the situation. That is why, it is good to test your vocabulary from time to time. While it is true that you may never even use these “uncommon” words, it is always good to challenge yourself, know what you don’t know and of course, have a little fun while learning.

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Spreading My Wings by Nicole T.

Traveling is a pricey hobby with transportation expenses, whether it is gas, airfare, train tickets or bus tickets being a big part of the expense.  Like most people, I have dreamed of traveling. Being able to go to places I’ve only seen on magazines or on television. Unfortunately, with the amount of money needed to travel, I just take pleasure in researching different places that I would like to go to in the unforeseeable, but definitely not impossible, future. A future when I will be able to spread my wings and explore places beyond the boundaries of where I live.

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One of those places is Chicago. I’ve seen a lot of Chicago from movies and TV series. Chicago is a place very rich in history and culture dating back to the 17th century. You can imagine what stories streets and buildings may tell you.

In particular, I am interested in the stories and places where Al Capone operated his business. I aam also interested in the Magnificent Mile, the Great Fire and or which parts of the novel “The Devil in the White City” by Erik Larson are true.

Did you know that the Ice Cream sundae originated from Evanston, IL? It is the sweet and soft dessert that everyone loves. What about the largest bakery in the world, Nabisco, which is located in Illinois too. One of my favorite snacks, Twinkies , was invented on April 6, 1930 in no other than River Forest, Illinois.

Illinois is also 80% farm land which makes them very rich in harvest especially pumpkins. This made it the self-proclaimed pumpkin capital of the world. In fact, they hold a pumpkin festival every year in September to further capitalize on their call-to-fame.

There are a lot of places that I would like to explore. Surely, there is also more to Illinois that I have yet to “see” even in the books or websites that I have visited. I will get there soon enough. In the meantime, I will get grooming my wings, so I can spread them far and wide when the opportunity knocks.

Meet the man whose voice blew Rihanna away at her own concert — Fusion

InstagramIn the now-viral video, Rihanna’s face scrunches into a surprised grimace. She has thrust her microphone into the audience during the song “FourFiveSeconds” on her March 19 stop in Cincinnati on the Anti World Tour. On the other end of the microphone is Columbus, Ohio native Terah Jay (or TJ). He sings the lyrics back…

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