Expressions Of The Heart

Author: Cindy D. Gillard
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1496974662
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Cindy D. Gillard. WHERE THE ROAD TAKES ME Where the road takes me I will
stand tall What stands in front of me I will knock it down flatter than a door
Whatever is done I will try and accept it, even though it's not what I wanted in the
first place Stand tall, firm on your feet— Never quit and never go down without a
damn good fight. 17 Sept 1996 GRANNY (IN HONOR OF MY GRANNY GILLARD
) She was great! WHERE THE ROAD TAKES.

Keep Right On To The End Of The Road

Author: Kath Jones
Publisher: Pegasus Elliot Mackenzie Pu
ISBN: 9781843862857
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It's probably closed anyway, and I'm not in the mood for diversions - I just want to
get to my destination. Brian catches up with me just north of Lyth - it's a good job I
didn't go to the Arts Centre, he wouldn't have been able to find me. He asks me
where I'll be by lunchtime, and we arrange to meet up near Slickly, about three
miles up the road. When I reach the small group of houses and a farm, there is no
sign of him. My phone rings. "Where are you?" he says. "I'm at Slickly, where are
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The Agony Of Victory

Author: Steve Friedman
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 1611454921
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I don't want to say, next year I want to be a writer, next year I want to be this, or
that. You set yourself up for failure. No matter what happens next year, I'm going
to make it the best possible moment... because that's where I'm living, in my mo-
ment. You're going to have good and you're going to have bad ...and they're both
equally as important. Wherever the road takes me, that's where I'll go.” 12 A
MOMENT OF SILENCE: JOHN MOYLAN, RUNNER H e 216 LOST IN AMERICA.

Where The Road Goes

Author: Joanne Greenberg
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company
ISBN: 142992490X
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It horrified me that the world didn't know or care that you were ours, and loved.
Cruelty was out there, selfish will, aggression, ugliness. If only I could tell people,
let them know who you were How long will Anton be hospitalized—how long
recovering? Is there medical opinion on that, yet? Love, Tig ... and time teaching
Dennis to ski because I'm hoping he will make a good ski-buddy. Dennis takes
me to the war games. The games fill the entire end of a shopping mall and they
are set up.

Dear Canada Where The River Takes Me

Author: Julie Lawson
Publisher: Scholastic Canada
ISBN: 1443124060
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Like the Saskatchewan River where she grew up, the Fraser flowed with stories,
and Yale, like Fort Edmonton, was a place for comers and goers. Jenna never
failed to give a hot meal and warm welcome to those passing through, or to wish
them well on their journey. Their numbers increased in 1862 with the discovery of
gold in the Cariboo, and even more in 1865 with the completion of the Cariboo
Wagon Road, the steep narrow road that linked the sternwheeler terminus at
Yale to ...

Where The Road Ends

Author: Binka Le Breton
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1429923172
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“I hear what you say,” he told me. “And I know it's tough. But life is tough and
unpredictable out here in the real world.” “Just a minute!” I snapped. “We chose to
come and live here, remember? To do what? To run some little one-horse outfit in
the back of nowhere surrounded by a bunch of predatory peasants?” Robin knew
better than to open his mouth. “It's a lot of hard work and we don't seem to be
getting anywhere,” I finished. “This sort of thing takes time,” Robin told me. “But
things ...

The Best Women S Travel Writing 2009

Author: Lucy McCauley
Publisher: Travelers' Tales
ISBN: 1932361995
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He overtakes me, kicking up sand dust in my face. I sense his smile inside his
helmet. He disappears from my sight quickly. Riding is a lonesome sport, even
when one rides as part of a group. The rider alone battles the elements of sun,
wind, noise and the condition of the road. It's a sport that demands mental agility.
To survive, the rider must be aggressive to be defensive; must be in constant fear
of sudden death, or worse, half death; must be thinking ahead and constantly
calculating ...