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Life in the Holler: Ending up something's supper

An essay, a life lesson
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By Shamarie Claiborne

The difference an hour can make. A fellow (I named Hopper) was hanging out minding his own business.

Hopper was having a pretty decent day. Got his picture taken and was about to be famous, but unbeknownst to him or the photographer, a spider (I named Viper) had other plans.

Yet, if you look at the situation from the view of the Viper, he ending up having a great day! He was lucky enough to catch enough food to feed himself for a week.

Guess it all depends on whose view you like on something as to whether something is horrible or a blessing.



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Life in the Holler: Hopper, when L.I.T.H. was good for him. Part I



2013-08-11 - The Holler, Old Clearspring Roads, Ozark, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne.
Hopper I:The difference an hour can make ...... this guy (I named Hopper) was hanging out minding his own business. Hopper was having a pretty decent day. Got his picture taken and was about to be famous. But, unbeknownst to him or the photographer, a spider (I named Viper) had other plans. - Shamarie Claiborne Paired Photo Life in the Holler: Hopper II, the difference an hour can make

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Life in the Holler: Hopper II, the difference an hour can make



2013-08-11 - The Holler, Old Clearspring Roads, Ozark, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne.
Hopper I Yet if you look at the situation from the view of the Viper, he ended up having a great day! He was lucky enough to catch enough food to feed himself for a week. Guess it all depends on whose view you like, as to whether something is horrible or a blessing. Paired Photo Life in the Holler: Hopper when LITH was good. Part I

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