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Le Sterley du parc d’Oakland dans le comté de Surrey avait pendant longtemps été noblesse distinguée le premier Sterley à lever à la noblesse était monsieur John ayant été dans le service de la Reine Continue reading “”

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Fear sometimes comes to knock at our door

Fear
Sam could feel it, he could smell it, and it was always present now. He had known for some time the day would come but he had never expected it to come like this. He had been warned but he had ignored the warning signs and continued with his daily life as if it did not exist. image

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Practical Advice for Christians young and old

For most people the cost of been kind and helpful for the most part costs nothing.
Really been helpful and kind to others, going the extra mile on the other hand, well that is a completely different kettle of fish.

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The Sterley’s of Oakland a Parody of Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

It was one of those fine spring days when the buds of plants are awakening from there deep winter slumber. The church as Notheringay was surrounded by vehicles of all shapes and sizes. For today George Parker esquire of the county of Surry is to be wed to his long time sweetheart Lydia Sterley spinster of this parish

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Verse & wicked songs

Ode to a Lady in red
When you were young, they said you were well worth laying down for a few years.   Your body is full and round your nose is simply delightful   Red is your color in any season I have seen others in white but nothing excites me as much as seeing you in red.
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The Tales of Africa’s Ghosts that began a friendship between two writers about 11 years ago from two places that are very far away.

South African Ghosts

Some South African ghosts have the unusual habit of appearing at odd hours of the day and night.

There is never a sense of foreboding or doom just before they appear as is common with there European counterparts.

I have titled these three short stories the dinosaurs, the old woman and A sighting of the flying Dutchman.
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