I Want To Take Daddy

Originally posted on Comm 663's Blog:
The little girl took one hard, final look around her room. There were so many things she needed to take with her—the dress shoes she wore for Easter, the stuffed-animals lining her bed, the new tea cup set her parents surprised her with for Christmas. How could she choose…

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Somebody Please Help Me

Originally posted on Comm 663's Blog:
I would tell you my name, but I don’t think it really matters. I don’t think I really matter. Nobody does. People walk by me every day. They never look at me. They wish I would just disappear. I don’t blame them. I wish I could disappear. Do you…

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The Halloween Dog Parade

Originally posted on Comm 663's Blog:
Hi, everyone! So my Special Events Class is hard at work planning three events for the fall semester. Over the course of the next few months, we will be holding a Halloween Dog Parade, an Anti-bullying Luncheon and our own version of the Inside Out Project. Our first event,…

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Frankie Valli at the Borgata

The first time I heard The Four Seasons, I was a little girl in my dad’s van. We were on our way to my softball game, and I remember being so excited—I was pitching that night. “Dad,” I said as I caught the softball I had tossed in the air with my glove. “Who is […]

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The Subway Singers

Originally posted on Comm 663's Blog:
One of the most fascinating things I’ve found about New York since moving here isn’t one of which most people associate with the city. It’s not the captivating skyscrapers or the bright flashing lights, the glowing marquees of Times Square, the yellow cabs zipping and honking throughout all hours…

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The Golden Ticket

Originally posted on Comm 663's Blog:
I went back to Jersey on Saturday morning for an engagement party that night. And although the party was a wonderful time, and I can’t wait for my cousin to be married, especially if the engagement party is any indication of what the wedding festivities will involve, telling details…

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D.A. Cole Headlines Karaoke Fridays

Originally posted on Comm 663's Blog:
Music and lyrics by D.A. Cole So last Friday night, my boyfriend and I searched up and down the Upper East Side for a nice, quiet place to sit and grab a few drinks without the overwhelming blaring of music interrupting conversation. Needless to say, finding a nice, quiet…

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