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Is Correct Use of the English Language Doomed?

I am a grammar geek. That’s not to say I always get it right, but I love thinking about it and see grammar as a giant puzzle that deserves to be dealt with justly and correctly. After all, I grew

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The Man and His Dog

For over 20 years our paths crossed almost daily when he was walking his dog and I was either riding my bike or running in the days before my knee said enough.  He had two dogs during those 20 plus

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Oh Christmas Tree

They make me sad, all those once magnificent Christmas trees. The real ones, now neglected and naked by the side of the road. I wonder what they were like when they were “before,” when they graced a hillside in spring,

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KayCKay Book Reviews

No one ever reads the same book. We all react to the written word differently. The following are my opinions regarding the books I have read.

Through Open Lens

Home of Lukas Kondraciuk Photography

lucia's blog

Strive to understand and not to judge.

Pauline Hawkins

Writer. Teacher. Storyteller.

Youngfully Employed

"Your career is your business, so manage it like a CEO."

The Daily Post

The Art and Craft of Blogging

A Little Bit Softer Now.

Reflections on Popular Culture, Writing, and Tai Chi

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sarah cedeño

Culture Collage

Lori D. Nolasco

Dana Griffin

Author of Airline Thriller Novels