Thin Places.

Toys scattered throughout the room. The bubble machine blows, distracting them from the toy that was just ripped from their hands by another child. Snot falls down their faces as they crawl through the tunnel they have already gone through 100 times in the last hour. The Legos are covered in saliva from the teething …

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The Room Under the Stairs.

I have read about three quarters of J.K. Rowling’s, Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone. I vividly remember my fascination in the manner Harry was treated. Unfathomable, I thought, that someone with so much worth and potential had to sleep in such a small, uncomfortable room under the stairs. He had to live in that …

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. Simply a punctuation mark. That little guy has a lot of power, the period. He ends sentences. Something I'm really bad at. Even if you're grammatically challenged, I'm sure you understand the meaning of a run on sentence. It goes on and on and on and on and on and on and on and …