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Author: MGSpear

Just an innovative entrepreneur that writes horror stories, is obsessed with tea, is a teacher, and invents on the side.
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relationships

63. Smurf Towel

Recently my husband’s brother bought a house about 3 hours away from where we live. A lot of his stuff, like outdoor things and his boat, where being stored at our house until he found a permanent place to live. He hauled his boat down while we pulled a trailer of his loose stuff, with […]

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Education/Teaching

62. Memes

I like to include memes in the lectures I give. Covering DNA replication? Got a meme. Going over lab techniques? Have a meme for that. What about the urinary system? I’ve got that squared away too. Memes make everybody laugh, and I try to incorporate that into my lectures. Some of the stuff I cover […]

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Life Stuff

61. Unkown battles

What do you think defines you? Your looks? Your personality? The Starbucks coffee you drink in the morning? When writing characters in a story, you get to pick whatever traits you want, and make the person as suave as possible or as frail and insecure as you want. The great thing about writing is you […]

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60. When the car makes weather

My husband has this love for diesel cars, especially manuals. He loves the extended fuel mileage he gets, which is important because his business takes him all over creation in his car. He is a big car person. He maintains our vehicles to a fault, and some have a ridiculous amount of miles on them. […]

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59. Quote Dissection 2

One of the universal things out there is failure. I don’t know any person that has not failed at something. Failure is a right of passage; a way to gain experience and grow in wisdom. Not everything goes right the first time because we just don’t know enough to make it go right. Some people […]

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Holiday Posts

58. Thanksgiving recap

Since my husband’s main job is with an ISD, sometimes he gets school holidays off, like this past Thanksgiving week. I had the week off too, and we grazed on our Thanksgiving dinner on different days: we had an awesome recipe for bacon wrapped green beans that we made during the beginning of the week; […]

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relationships

57. Hashbrowns

I am not the greatest cook. I can work the microwave like nobody’s business, but when it comes to cooking basics, I used to not be able to do much past heat up the stove. My husband, on the other hand, is a wonderful cook. He’s one of those that can take a pinch of […]

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56. The future

I still remember a time when the Internet wasn’t around. When I had to look stuff up in the encyclopedia collection whenever curiosity aroused. The Internet is such a great tool. I can blow through ideas with key word searches and informative blogs and articles, and come to answers a lot quicker. I was thinking […]

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55. Burnout

This past summer I pushed hard to learn how to build websites, start my blog, and polish up my horror story collection enough to sell. I ended up creating 5 different websites, wrapping up all of my short stories, and writing enough blog posts to have on hand for the next month. I burned out […]

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54. Being calm

Have you ever been in the heat of the moment, and someone is yelling at you, and you get overrun with emotion and shut down and can’t think? Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could remain calm during that time, and strategize a way out of the argument? Being calm and not saying the first […]

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