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Image by Stephen Keller from Pixabay “I can’t put my finger on it, but something is bothering Louie.” Willow and Steve take in the last
Image by Stefan Keller from Pixabay Another weekend has come and gone and it is all she can do to get herself up for work
Image by Stephen Keller from Pixabay The district attorney’s office was not spared destruction as the reality of turmoil reared its ugly head there, too.
Image by Stephen Keller from Pixabay Britney and Kane went back to their jobs and their day to day routines continued as they did for
Image by Alex Yomay from Pixabay The rain came down in buckets as the anticipated storm lived up to its expectations. Willow’s favorite day of
This does NOT mean if we sin, someone will die; there are different punishments for different sins. Sometimes we can punish ourselves for God, but
Image by Stephen Keller from Pixabay The drive home was unsettling. Willow distracted herself with hopes of better days as she pulled up to a
The Somnolent Critic Reviews “God’s Bankers: A History of Money and Power at the Vatican,” by Gerald Posner
Year of publication: 2015Print length: 513 pagesPublished by: Simon & Schuster “For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.”-Matthew, 6:21 The Roman
Oh, hello there, blank page! It is being typed with Times New Roman font.Why not: Themes Old Catholic, Days Old Gregorian, Best Somehow Baltic, Zuzhelitsa
Image by Stephen Keller from Pixabay Willow’s reality to live a peaceful existence was slowly fading. She began to realize that Mitch and his group