Saturday, August 27, 2016

short story slam week 51, outer space

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Image result for henryetta

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 Image result for hengshui

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Image result for henan jianye 

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Image result for 27th Group Army

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Image result for hebei university



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hui chang,
huai hua, they are places


harbin,
hebei, henan, hubei, hunan, hengshui, hengyang, they are sweet

Henryetta wilson Wu,
a forever lovely institution

Madeline Terry camille
phoffman, morgan, jules freeman, berkeley eagles

Anastacia Kaser, Anthony Marx, Beth McCleary,
J. P. Morgan, Merill, Jimmy's Eggs, Ada, Davis, Collinsville, they neiborly

from Italy, to America,
from Austin, to Princeton, Saint Francisco and Saint Mary, they good to Saint Christina

Saint Christopher enjoys Saint Macywells,
they write world history in their backyard, hurry!

from Hengyang to Henshui,
from Shenyang to Goshen, Jennette braves her way to Seattle, and to 27 group army of Shijiazhuang

small lord is cute,
small heart is soft

we nurture them with focus and care
we send them to Tulsa, to Los Angeles, to Conyers, and to Madison

Milwauke, Kansas City, Topeka, Barnsdale, Jay and Corp Christi
Chicago, El Paso, Nevada, Las Vegas, Phonix, Waco, Katy, Perry, they brew musics through Woody




Thursday, August 11, 2016

short story slam week 50: Proof U.S. gymnast Aly Raisman predicted her Olympic future at age 9


As if the U.S. Olympic women’s gymnastics team weren’t super-powered enough, “Final Five” captain Aly Raisman can apparently see into the future, too. The Needham, Mass., native apparently predicted her Team USA success as a 9-year-old attending Camp Wicosuta in New Hampshire.


Asked for the camp’s 2003 yearbook, “In 20 years I will be …,” Raisman responded, “An Olympic gymnast,” as revealed on Twitter by Tech Insider managing editor Emily Cohn, who attended camp with Raisman. The three-time gold medalist retweeted the photo after winning the team competition.

Technically, it only took Raisman nine years to achieve her goal, as she first made the U.S. Olympic women’s gymnastics squad in 2012, when she captured two gold medals and a bronze in London.
Here’s hoping everyone’s dream came true at Camp Wicosuta, including the girl who predicted she’d still be there in 20 years. Hey, if the “Wet Hot American Summer” crew can do it, so can you, Amanda.