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Fun Vacation in the Philippines, Part 5

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Inca Trail, Peru

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In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Today Was a Good Day.”

IMG_3743Amongst many things that make me happy, being able to travel and indulging in an incredible adventure, while meeting extraordinary people is what makes me the happiest. To me every day is a good day, but one of my most favored memories that changed my life forever was my four day hike on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu.

IMG_3744On this hike, I’ve met a small group of people of whom I will remember for the rest of my life because of the memories and experiences I shared with them. Thanks to Alpaca Expeditions, their motto has become a constant reminder to live in the moment. “The journey is the destination,” a phrase that encouraged me to remember to enjoy the journey no matter where life takes me. It made me realize to enjoy the time leading up to the…

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HITMAN: AGENT 47 (2015) – My rating: 7.8/10

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Hitman_Agent47Hollywood is making these summer action films better than ever.  I couldn’t find anything wrong with Hitman: Agent 47.  I was prepared to dislike the whole Hitman sequel concept, then write a mediocre review about it.  Instead, I only have good things to say.  Yes it did have much of the familiar precise, robotic fighting we’ve seen before but this plot has a very different twist that I found down right brilliant.  Also, I particularly liked that Hitman: Agent 47 was unpredictable.  I actually didn’t know what was going to happen every step of the way.  For me, this was cause for excitement and mystery.  The movie opens up with agents looking for a girl named Katia van Dees, (Hannah Ware) at any cost.  We don’t know why this girl is so important but we realize that she is the focus of most of the movie and we spend…

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Autumn Haiku

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October 2013.

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The State Fair: Devotees of All Descriptions

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“If you ever start feeling like you have the goofiest, craziest, most dysfunctional family
in the world, all you have to do is go to a state fair.
Because five minutes at the fair, you’ll be going,
‘You know, we’re alright. We are dang near royalty.'”
–Jeff Foxworthy

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Story about Strawberry Bon-Bons

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Hello everyone,

One of my favorite types of candy is the strawberry bon-bons, the type of hard candy with soft filling and a fresh strawberry flavor.

When I was little, I used to collect the strawberry sachet wraps. I loved the design of those wraps, and when I finished eating those candies, I loved the smell of strawberry scent that lingered on the wraps.

I still love strawberry bon-bons to this day, but that’s not the only reason why I do. Every time I saw those delicacies, I thought about my very first trick-or-treating experience without my parents and how special the strawberry bon-bons had become to me.

I was in fifth grade and my parents had finally agreed to let me go trick-or-treating with my friends. So down the streets we ran, each of us trying to fill up our own goodie bag faster than the others. We ran…

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Ten Phobias That Destroy Social Lives

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Trapped by fear, phobias isolate.We all seem to have a fascination with phobias, especially the more unusual ones. However, people living with phobias can find life threatening and exhausting. This is a list of phobias of everyday objects or events. Fears that people either cannot avoid or can expect to face in social gatherings. The anxiety caused by these phobias can have a big impact socially, leaving sufferers to retreat to a solitary place of safety.

First, though, what differentiates phobias from normal fear? Nearly everyone has an irrational fear of something. An irrational fear is a fear that causes anxiety when the risk of danger is relatively small. I have a fear of heights, which is rational enough when I’m teetering on the edge of a precipice but not so much when I’m two steps up a stepladder! A phobia is an irrational fear that causes so much anxiety that it can overwhelm…

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