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Poem: Ode To A Banana

A poem for a delicious fruit high in potassium. Continue reading Poem: Ode To A Banana

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Jessica Skeels Loses 100 Pounds

My cousin becomes a beacon of inspiration for our family.

Before: 277 pounds
After: 174 Pounds

Most of her life, Jessica Skeels has carried extra weight. She knew this, but ignored her desires to change. But, when Jessica was selected as the maid of honour for her sister’s wedding, she couldn’t ignore her desires for change any longer. Jessica shares her story of triumph with The Weekly Wanderer. Continue reading Jessica Skeels Loses 100 Pounds

When Bullying Goes Too Far

Victim shares tragic childhood experiences.

Bullying has become ugly. When I was young, bullies ruled the schoolyard, beating up any poor kid weaker than them. But now, bullies use the internet to strike fear into their unweary victims. Continue reading When Bullying Goes Too Far

How to Love Vegetables

Your new plan that can turn your hate into love

I used to hate vegetables. No word of a lie. Brussel sprouts, cauliflower, asparagus—yuk! But that’s changed. I can, say with confidence, I love some vegetables. But how?

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Diamonds and Pearl (Tribute to grandma)

On October 11, she would’ve been 90

I usually keep the content in The Weekly Wanderer light and fun. Although, I do touch on serious—and political—issues from time to time. This is one of those times. Today, I want to share a story of Ethel Pearl Feltham (that is, my grandma), who passed away on September 2, 2017.

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Wrestling’s 5 Best Entrance Theme Songs

See what songs set the tone for a good wrestling match

Part of a good wrestling match is the entrance. Music adds drama to a wrestler walking through the curtain. Wrestling themes set atmosphere in the arena, adds personality to the wrestler and invokes emotion in the fans.

Continue reading Wrestling’s 5 Best Entrance Theme Songs