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The Champions Who Walked Among Us

Monthly Archives: June, 2012

The Champions Who Walked Among Us – Article 7 – The Ambassador

    She was twelve years of age as she was forcefully separated from her family. Before her capture, she had awoken and, looking toward the heavens, had admired the clearness of the sky, and the beauty of the clouds.  There was no place as beautiful as where she was born––a dreamer, still living in …

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New Improvements Coming on My Blog, Walk On!

One of my greatest  joys has been watching my blog, Walk On, grow.  It is a blog, which reaches out to the past and connects it to the present, as we look forward  to the future.  I am a firm believer that nothing on this earth is new. What we discover, create, or develop  started …

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The Champions Who Walked Among Us – Article 6 – The Bumblebee

    Looking out of her window, the streets were filled with children playing, at the age of seven that was the highest priority for most children. They were having fun, and her heart yearned to be among them. As she turned to look at the kitchen clock, the hand of the clock moved to …

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The Mrs Sparkly’s Ten Commandments Award.

Nominations are a sign of recognition. They indicate that someone is paying attention to what you have to say. Raani, http://raaniyork.wordpress.com/author/raaniyork/, You are  a beautiful writer and reader  of other people’s blogs, and I thank you for considering me as one of her nominees for this award. In accordance with the rules I  reveal seven things …

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The Champions Who Walked Among Us – Article 5 – The Banker

Work for the night is coming, Work through the morning hours; Work while the dew is sparkling, Work mid springing flowers; Work when the day grows brighter, Work in the glowing sun; Work, for the night is coming, When man’s work is done.[1] 1934, the Black Tuesday that had ushered in the Great Depression of …

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The Champions Who Walked Among Us – Article 4 – The Doctress

She was a sparky little thing, curious about nature and the anatomy of the human being.  Being around her mother, who had a keen sense for business and ran her own hotel, and a father who was a Scottish army officer, she had the best of both worlds. It was from her father that she …

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