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4 the Love of Agape or Eros Without Error-religious sexshop by Robert Flynn February 22, 2008

Posted by Denise in marital relations, newlyweds, religion, sex, sex shop, sexual compatibility, the facts of life.
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While visiting a Seminary I read a letter from a student to a student newspaper complaining that his recent marriage was in trouble as neither he nor his wife knew anything about sex. That was the inspiration for a story about a religious sex shop. It is not intended as a guide to marital relations but a request that religious leaders do more to teach their followers the necessary things. (Written by a friend of author and Cowboy Hall of Famer, Robert Flynn – http://www.robert-flynn.net/)

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The True Story of Billy Crowder & The Tomato Patch Murder February 22, 2008

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Billy Crowder has been in a Georgia state prison for over a decade for the shooting death of his grandfather, Thurman Martin. The trial was televised on CourtTV back in 1998. The website details information on the case and the on-going pursuit to bring Billy home and end his wrongful incarceration. Written by Jean Ramirez, friend and advocate of Billy Crowder – www.billycrowder.com

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Resurrecting Wicker Furniture by Denise Cassino February 16, 2008

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Our new front porch was finished, but what would I do for furniture? Then I remembered those antique wicker chairs that came with our old mountain lodge. I dragged them out of storage and began the process of resurrecting them to their former glory.

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The White Dove by Denise Cassino February 16, 2008

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A white dove that appeared at a mountain cabin and stayed for two years, believed to embody the spirit of the cabin’s late owner.

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My Submission System February 16, 2008

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I was finally writing some pretty decent stuff, but submitting the work for publication was another story. I came up with a nifty system for tracking my submission and with the help of “The Rule of Thirteen” by Sue Marquette Poremba, I started getting published – regularly!

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Take Care of Your Teeth by Denise Cassino February 16, 2008

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Do you take your teeth for granted? Are you pretty sure that beautiful smile will always be there, no matter what? Well, think again.

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The White Dove by Denise Cassino February 16, 2008

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A white dove that appeared at a mountain cabin and stayed for two years, believed to embody the spirit of the cabin’s late owner.

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The Healing Powers of Cinnamon by Denise Cassino February 16, 2008

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The smell of apple pie, the taste of breakfast pastries and the warm feelings they invoke make cinnamon a well-known spice to most people. The warm, inviting flavor of cinnamon has been used worldwide by a multitude of cultures for its wonderful seasoning powers as well as for its medicinal properties for hundreds, maybe even thousands, of years.

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Saving the Cabin February 16, 2008

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The little mountain cabin stood dilapidated and unloved, but we couldn’t let it go that easily. We began a four year campaign to “save the cabin” and now the labor of love has rendered an adorable, functional cabin where our family gathers for good old mountain fun!

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Wizardly Web Designs February 16, 2008

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Check out our portfolio at http://www.wizardlywebdesigns.com – Website Homepages slide show – see all of the creative websites we’ve designed and look at our portfolio page. We’re reasonable in price, don’t work from templates and really listen to your wants and needs. Every website – totally unique!

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