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Korrine Britton
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I trusted. So so wrong. Learning. I will keep doing. .
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Me, basically.
 
Glenda the Good Witch Of Coffee


This made me giggle! Without coffee I could be considered a witch but afterwards its all clear and somewhere over the rainbow way up high is a cup of coffee that is just right!


#coffee #cafe #mocha #latte #espresso 
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I go from Wicked Witch to Glinda...like magic! ✨☕✨
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This makes me unreasonably excited!
 
What if the Iron Throne were made with... guitars? Find here Gibson Guitar's homage to Game Of Thrones, as shown yesterday at CES2015: circleme.com/activities/2291594 #ces2015   #gibsonguitars   #ironthrone   #gameofthrones  
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G+ has always been a pretty safe place for me to discuss and learn differing points of view.

Sadly, I've had to block 2 people & report others just this morning because of vicious verbal attacks on me personally and on others of differing religious beliefs in general.

That said, thanks so much to the majority of you plussers who make G+ a wonderful, civil experience! You rock!
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Thanks, +Kevin Brown. :) It can be difficult to question our deeply-held beliefs. Often, the initial reaction is anger or fear.
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Religion should free all people, not imprison this group or that.
 
How many of you, as women (men too), have felt trapped by their religion's ideas of who they should be? 
I am beautiful. I am free. I am wise. I am Sophia. How did I get here? How did I come to this? Why am I in these chains? Why am I locked in a dark cellar surrounded by things that degrade and dehumanise me? Especially words. Words that are meant to shame, subdue and enslave me. And they do.
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thanks, friend :)
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We don't typically use pacifiers, but this isn't your typical paci!
 
These Are the Most Ingenious Gadgets From CES 2015

Pacif-i our Bluetooth Baby's Pacifier is included in John Patrick Pullen CES report in today's TIME.

"Can a Bluetooth-equipped pacifier bring new meaning to “teething?"

‘New parents worry about everything (guilty as charged). Tapping into this concern, Blue Maestro is unveiling Pacifi, a Bluetooth-connected smart pacifier, at CES this year. Able to beam data to parents’ Android or iOS device, this $39 super-sucker can take your little one’s temperature, help you record when medication was administered, and — its smartest feature — trigger a phone alarm when the binky gets left behind’

http://time.com/3653602/ces-gadgets/

#CES2015   #gadgets   #bluetoothsmart   #babyinnovation   #technologynews  
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I turn tiny beings into empathetic, passionate, contributing members of society.
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I can MacGyver a meal from the wilted remnants of the crisper drawer, some leftover rice, and the contents of my spice cabinet that will have you begging for the recipe. ;o)
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Female
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In a domestic partnership
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plumbing the depths of grace
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Surviving motherhood to 5
Education
  • Bob Jones University
    Music Ed, 1997 - 2001
Beautiful park with lots to do for the whole family. Will visit again!
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
As part of a large family, I try to shop thrift and resale stores often. I grew up shopping thrift stores, and since moving to Amsterdam in 2011, I have visited the Goodwill Superstore multiple times. My experiences there have not been great. The store itself is dirty and not well-maintained. The pre-owned clothing is often worn-out or stained and should not have been accepted as donations. The local retail stores do donate some excellent quality merchandise fairly regularly. The prices are similar to what you would pay at Walmart for brand-new items. I've actually found items donated by Target listed for the exact same price Target was selling the item for a week prior! The customer service is very poor: I've had repeated difficulty finding associates when I need the fitting rooms unlocked; I've had associates give me a hard time about my purchases ("This item doesn't look as if it's priced correctly. I need to have my manager look at this." when all I did was pull it off the rack); and I've had associates decide to bust me for the 3-item limit in the fitting room while I'm bringing several of my kids in with me and trying to select clothing for purchase. Because of my repeated poor shopping experiences at Goodwill Superstore, I no longer waste my time or money at this establishment.
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Our family visited Perth Bible Church in January of 2012. The facilities are beautiful and appeared to be well maintained. People were welcoming and friendly to us. The musical portion of the service was mediocre, although the lyrics themselves were very encouraging. The minister was likable and engaging, although he did kiss our baby without asking permission first. His sermon was easy to follow and relate to. There seemed to be a lack of children's workers the Sunday we visited. Our school-aged children and our preschooler were placed in a class together where they watched videos played at a very high volume. We kept our infant with us, but our toddler was placed in the nursery with instructions to get us if he became upset. He was hysterical when we returned to get him at the close of the service. Seeing our shock, one nursery worker assured us he had "just started" crying. Needless to say, we did not believe her, especially since we have seen this child hysterical only when seriously injured. Bottom line: Friendly congregation, attend only if you have older, school-aged children.
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