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TO MY WORLD

When I was only ten, I learned how to type on a manual typewriter. A-S-D-F...J-K-L-;...since then, I’ve written over 2,000 blogs and enjoy sharing my words with others. 

As a writer, you see the world around you as a story waiting to be told. Every experience acts as an actor for this beautiful story we’re fortunate enough to call “life.” I hope you appreciate my writing as much as I’ve had, living the story. 

30: What I’ve learned

Writing
1. Talk with your family Your family is your role model for your other relationships. Your family relationships can be the source of love, pain, or differences - it is entirely what you make of them. Strong relationships don't happen without regular communication. Call home. 2. Get sh*t done Your.

29 September/Posted by aaronplaat

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20’s

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"Your 20's are for f*cking up and being able to write it all off as a learning lesson in your 30's" Steve gave me the above advice in one of our many brother-to-brother chats. I think about these words often, especially with my 30th birthday right around the corner. Looking.

27 September/Posted by aaronplaat

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Mr. Anderson

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I was deeply saddened to hear of the loss of a beloved family friend, Mr. Anderson. Ed was one of the most beautiful souls I was fortunate enough to have gotten to know as a child, teenager, and young adult. Ed and his Wife Christina were an active part of.

12 September/Posted by aaronplaat

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Honor and Roadkill

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“Honor thy mother and thy father and you shall live a long life” I grew up hearing this phrase as a child in a conservative christian family. At the time, it was accompanied by puppet tales of rabbits who died after not following this rule. If you didn’t honor your.

4 September/Posted by aaronplaat

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