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Mom .. I still see your face before me Your voice I long to hear .. I miss and love you dearly, God knows, I wish, you were here. Tears fall freely from my eyes, like a river, filled with grief, my only comfort now, is that, from pain, you've found relief. Missing You

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Chionophile. Potential for embroidering on denim jacket

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NEW IDIOM: a ray of sunshine ☀️ Do you know anyone who is a ray of sunshine? Tag them in comments!

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The Best of Intentions: 15 Words To Use More Often

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My new favorite word to call a gossiping person Love it

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Classic books that everyone should read in their lifetime.

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“We become what we think about all day long.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson (Law of Attraction)

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“Put your two cents in” means “to give your opinion”. Example: She always has to…

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Looking for #Quotes, Life #Quote, #Love Quotes, Quotes about moving on, and Best Life Quotes here. Visit curiano.com "Curiano Quotes Life"!

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"Snowball effect" is a situation where something grows in size or importance at an increasing rate. Repinned by Chesapeake College Adult Education Program. www.chesapeake.edu

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Photo: www.theclassroomcreative.comAs a lot of you learners will know, we have many words in English that sound the same but are spelt differently and have different meanings. These words can cause a lot of confusion not just to language learners but native speakers, too. In this entertaining infographic by Kaplan, there are ten homophones with an animal theme to them. Kaplan International Colleges Vocabulary Grizzly – a large North American brown bear. Grisly – something that causes horror o...

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"Change of pace" is a change from one type of activity to another. - Repinned by Chesapeake College Adult Ed. We offer free classes on the Eastern Shore of MD to help you earn your GED - H.S. Diploma or Learn English (ESL) . For GED classes contact Danielle Thomas 410-829-6043 dthomas@chesapeke.edu For ESL classes contact Karen Luceti - 410-443-1163 Kluceti@chesapeake.edu . www.chesapeake.edu

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chibird: “ Slow and steady, like a tree. ”

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atelophobia - the fear of imperfection; the fear of never being good enough - need to work on this....

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Eccedentesiast (n) ..someone who hides pain behind a smile

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28 Brilliant New Words To Add To Your Vocabulary

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Vocab - dysania; the state of finding it hard to get out of bed in the morning

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#quotes #inspirational / 25 Quotes to Help You Become Successful

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Idiom of the day: Off the cuff. Meaning: Spontaneous; without preparation or rehearsal. Example: Some of the best comic performances in history have been completely off the cuff.

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“Be snowed under” means “to have too much work to do”. Example: I was so snowed under with work today that I didn’t even have time for lunch. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

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Idiom of the day: Tongue-in-cheek. Meaning: Insincere, ironic or joking. Example: Ann made a tongue-in-cheek remark to John, and he got mad because he thought she was serious.

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Fun & Inspiring Archives - Tiny Buddha

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Heard my mother say this all the time.

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Idiom of the day: At the drop of a hat. Meaning: Without any hesitation, instantly. Example: I’d quit my job at the drop of a hat if I didn’t have a family to support.

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Idiom of the day: Walk in the park. Meaning: Something very easy to do. Example: - How was your test? Was it difficult? - No. It was a walk in the park because I studied really hard for it.

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"Good sport" is a person who takes a bad situation well. Example: Eric was a good sport about my beating him in the game.

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