Maggie Wilson Author

Historical Non-Fiction in Northern Ontario

Archive for June 16th, 2014

On Oprah’s Tea and Other Flood-Worthy Inanities

Originally posted on Rumblings:
I was sitting in a local Starbucks this afternoon when I saw the most absurd thing in the history of humankind: a big glossy advertisement for a product called an “Oprah Chai Tea Latte.” Alongside pictures of what I can only imagine must be very tasty delights indeed (iced or hot) was a (larger) picture of a beaming Oprah Winfrey, lending her teeth, her hair, her…

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Cee’s Share Your World – 2014 Week 24

What makes you feel the most secure? I’m going to go with the first thing that popped into my mind and say my blankie. Ever since ever, I’ve needed to feel the weight of a blanket or two in order to feel “okay enough” to fall asleep. Not necessarily warm enough, but safe enough. Not that I had or have sensations of anxiety or fear at bedtime, but a heavy blanket […]

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