Complicated Caro

ramzankhan78659:

you are very beautiful sister

Originally posted on photographerschronicles:

Day 89: This beautiful girl called me up today to have a vent session. We discussed relationships, chronic ailments, school, and parents. Thank you, Carolyn, for a nice little vent session!  I love you, and our relationship means a lot to me!

 

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Then I got home and played Holly Housewife. I made chocolate chip cookie dough scones for my field trip to San Fransisco tomorrow! Now, I sleep.

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Rest of the World: revealed

ramzankhan78659:

where are you live

Originally posted on A year of reading the world:

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So there it is, up there on the star in the top left of the picture: the 53rd – and last – book I’ve read on my Kindle for this project. But which of the shortlisted places and peoples not featured on the main list did it come from? Basque Country, Bermuda, Catalonia, Faroe Islands, Kurdistan or Native America?

Well, the voting was fierce. Nearly 400 of you took part in the poll and there was plenty of passionate campaigning along the way. You can see the full breakdown of results on the Rest of the World page, but the headline news is that it came down to a two-horse race between Jaume Cabré’s Winter Journey from Catalonia and Jalal Barzanji’s The Man in Blue Pyjamas from Kurdistan. Cabré held the lead for a long time, but in the end, thanks to some vigorous lobbying on the part of #TwitterKurds…

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United Kingdom: coming home

ramzankhan78659:

I love my friend

Originally posted on A year of reading the world:

Well, here we are. The 196th book (197th really, counting the Rest of the World choice) and the final post of the project that took over my life in 2012.

It’s been the most extraordinary year. We’ve seen a story specially written for the blog from South Sudan, a book translated by a team of volunteers to enable me to read something from Sao Tome and Principe, and been given a sneak preview of an illustrated, trilingual collection of microstories from Luxembourg, as well as many other wonderful discoveries.

I’ve been overwhelmed by the interest and support the blog has drawn around the world. From the huge number of people who have given up their time to help me track down those elusive titles and the many visitors who have liked, shared and commented on posts – keeping me going through all those late nights and early…

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