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The Ever-Current Life Lessons from Friends

Friends may have ended 13 years ago, but we all still love to watch the reruns, right? This successful, ten season television series tells the story of six young adults living in New York City and trying to figure out life. So, I have compiled the ten important life lessons this epic television series taught… Continue reading The Ever-Current Life Lessons from Friends

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The Super Sleuths: Holmes, Columbo, Monk & Spencer

When life gets too scary, let's take a break from analyzing the news and focus on the funny, anti-reality world of television... What's better than an English, cocaine-addicted super sleuth? The mystery genre of books, movies and television has been greatly influenced by Arthur Doyle’s literary depiction of Sherlock Holmes, a detective who solved mysteries… Continue reading The Super Sleuths: Holmes, Columbo, Monk & Spencer

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When It Hits the Fan

Prologue New York City Ten years ago No one cares to notice that the Port Authority Bus Terminal is packed with people. It’s always packed with people coming and going in every direction, so why waste extra energy in noticing them? There are people rushing, people pushing, people getting lost, people getting annoyed, people meeting… Continue reading When It Hits the Fan

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Mothers, Daughters and Chandler Bing

My sister and I have always bonded over the television sitcom Friends, even before she was born. One of my earliest memories is watching Friends with my mom, who was pregnant with my little sister at the time. We were sitting in the basement, the light near the bottom of the stairs was on but… Continue reading Mothers, Daughters and Chandler Bing

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Walking Home

The bell had barely finished ringing when Johnny and Charlie exited the school and made their way to the curved staircase at the front of the school. Johnny, a senior, had short brown hair and wore a blue sweatshirt. Charlie, a junior, had short reddish brown hair and wore a green sweatshirt. They both stayed… Continue reading Walking Home

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A Comedy of Errors

Three summers ago my fiancé, Connor, and I decided to spend the day at Mountain Creek Waterpark. Connor had been there before and told me how much fun it was, so we were both looking forward to an adventurous day of waterslides, rafts and wave pools. We arrived at the waterpark and had to rent… Continue reading A Comedy of Errors