Hildegarde had always been notoriously anxious. Finally she resolved to conquer her fear.
It was the traditional dark and stormy night, when she sat down to watch a ‘Dark Shadows’ marathon.
From the very instant Victoria Winters introduced the first episode, Hildegarde’s heart and pulse beat hysterically.
In advance, she warned everyone not to call or to visit. She attempted to persevere as the torrential rain and wind drove her to seeming madness.
For a while, all went well. There was, however, one small catch: She had forgotten to account for the squeaky hinges on her doors.
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by Jonathan Turley Halloween is again upon us. Across the United States, the prospect of frightening images have some pledging to skip the holiday or closely shield their children. It is not the scary decorations or costumes but “cultural appropriation” that has triggered a tradition of recrimination and anger. Colleges and universities have warned students […]
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Each month we participate with incredible people in a monthly food walk which starts in Little Italy, Manhattan. We are asking all of our people in the five boroughs of New York and surrounding areas to get involved by sharing this post and tagging any restaurants or food businesses (don’t have to be Italian) who would be happy donating warm or cold meals or supplies for this cause. To find out more you are welcomed to DM us. Please Share and TAG us in your posts. This is an opportunity to do something for people who have a lot less. Many blessings to you for taking a moment to share, or comment with a tag. 🙏🏻🙏🏻
Pope Paul VI is described by most historians as a kind of tragic figure, trying to control the whirlwind of events surrounding him, but unable to do much. It is probably because of this, because it seemed that Montini often bent to the opinions of the world, because it seemed that he frequently accepted the […]
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