Running Past Midnight

At the age of 50, mother of three, Molly Sheridan, puts on a pair of running shoes, soul searching for a way to transition into the second half of her life.

Author: Molly Sheridan

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ISBN: 9781939758651

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 224

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At the age of 50, mother of three, Molly Sheridan, puts on a pair of running shoes, soul searching for a way to transition into the second half of her life. Within a few weeks and a trip to the doctor, Molly is told she is too old, too tall, and too un-athletic to begin running. Following her own council and heart's desire, she embarks on her secret dream, to run long distances. This thought provoking, sometimes humorous account follows Molly's journey, beyond motherhood and age barriers, to novice runner, onward to extreme adventure tackling the toughest footraces on the planet and becoming the first American woman to attempt and complete 138 miles in the Himalayas. Molly's message is simple: life begins at 50.

A Few Minutes Past Midnight

I didn't see him. I didn't see anyone on the benches who might be Sawyer. And
then I heard it, Shelly's voice in the bushes. “No,” he whined. I ran in the direction
of his voice pushing through a group of sailors, running around some high ...

Author: Stuart M. Kaminsky

Publisher: Overamstel Uitgevers

ISBN: 9049985645

Category: Fiction

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Toby hunts for the man who wants to kill a fallen star of silent film As Toby Peters crouches behind a tombstone, hiding from a crazed gunman, the private eye thinks of Charlie Chaplin. A few days earlier, the pioneer of film comedy sat in Toby’s office, and told him of the hundreds of people who want him dead. Beloved when his public could not hear him speak, his political leanings have made him a pariah. Right-wing radicals, the Ku Klux Klan, and the fathers of the innumerable young women Chaplin has deflowered have all threatened the “Little Tramp.” But now someone has broken into Chaplin’s house with a long knife, telling him to quit making movies and leave Fiona Sullivan alone. Chaplin has never heard of Fiona, and wants Toby to find out why he’s supposed to stay away. Toby Peters is about to learn a lesson Chaplin learned years ago: If you want to stay alive in Los Angeles, keep your mouth shut.

Past Midnight

... our dirt, our grief, our pain and is leading us out of those things into the land of
His refreshing, His joy, His love, His understanding. Praise be to Him.” WORDS
FROM A song kept running through my mind. “One 30 PAST MIDNIGHT.

Author: Catherine King

Publisher: Outskirts Press

ISBN: 1478744367

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 53

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Grief should act as a temporary buffer for pain and sorrow. This book points out how Christianity turns this temporary buffer into joy. After describing the pain and sorrow in the pit, suddenly dug by the loss of a loved one, the author puts faith to work. She outlines how the Christian community assisted her in facing her failures as a parent and how the reading of scriptures kept her faith alive. Faith has the power of freedom and uses tribulation, perseverance, and character as stepping stones to hope. Faith, hope and love puts grief aside, and sends joy in it’s place. The author describes in detail, sometimes with humor, how the return of joy ENRICHED her life.

Five Past Midnight

The POWs knew a radio was in the camp somewhere because BBC war news
was known almost immediately after a ... When an electrician's truck was entering
the yard through the main gate, the American took off, madly running past the ...

Author: James Stewart Thayer

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 0671798154

Category: Fiction

Page: 416

View: 362

Escaping from a castle where he is being held as a prisoner of war, an American commando with orders to assassinate Adolph Hitler fights his way to Berlin in 1945, trailed by a German homicide detective

Woman Running Late in a Dress

Me and Phil, buying furniture and dancing past midnight and putting up holiday
decorations. Me and Phil, walking around naked and fucking anywhere we
wanted because we didn't have to worry about a roommate walking 113.

Author: Dallas Woodburn

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1387571214

Category: Fiction

Page: 180

View: 395

Debut short story collection by Dallas Woodburn, winner of the 2018 Cypress & Pine Fiction Series. Dallas Woodburn, a recent Steinbeck Fellow in Creative Writing at San Jose State University, received her MFA in Fiction from Purdue University and her BA in Creative Writing from the University of Southern California. Her writing has appeared in a number of journals, magazines, newspapers, and anthologies. A three-time Pushcart Prize nominee, she won first place in the international Glass Woman Prize and second place in the American Fiction Prize. She is the founder of Write On! Books, an organization that empowers young people through reading and writing endeavors: www.writeonbooks.org.

Four Past Midnight

“No, I guess I don't,” Pop said, but after running through the entire list of Mad
Hatters, a list which had seemed so promising at first, he was beginning to. In fact
, he was beginning to see a whole host of problems the Polaroid Sun presented
for ...

Author: Stephen King

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1501156772

Category: Fiction

Page: 1024

View: 809

Four novellas about horror in the late night hours.

A Practical Dictionary of the English and German Languages

m . the running after ; what afternoon , post - meridian ; Nădh ' mittaglid , runs
after ( liquid ) ; Dist , inferior spirit or | | adj . taking place every afternoon . brandy ,
last runnings ( from the stili ) ( opp . Nödy ' mitternacht , f . the time from midnight ...

Author: Felix Flügel

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Category: English language

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The Nautical Magazine

The 20th being Thursday itt bleu a verie hard gale of wind att N . E . L . E . ; and a
little past : 3 : this afternoone I haled out of ... A little before midnight I Received
an Express from Secretary Pypes ( Pepys ) that I was to be Redie to saile by
breake of Day for ... N . : Running after the Rate of 10 Leagues a Watch wth : 3 :
sailes .

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Category: Naval art and science

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Hunt s Yachting Magazine

Eight p . m . light variable winds set in , which continued past midnight . ...
Midnight the sky again became overcast , and we had light showers . ... P . M .
Strong gales and very heavy squalls of hail and sleet , with a tremendous sea
running .

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Category: Yachting

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California Education

How far will each married Mrs. Grant's age was 18 run before the hare is caught ?
of Mr. Grant's . How long have Ratio 8 to 11 . they been married ? Ans . 20 yr . Let
8x = the distance the hare Solution : runs . 34 of the time past midnight Then ...

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Category: Education

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Complete Dictionary of the German and English Languages

Nachmitternächtlich , adj . after midnight . to slacken , relax , loosen , let go ; (
einem etwas ) Nachmüssen , u . n . ellip . ... es ) after spoil . Nachlauf , m . the
running after ; what runs after Nachraum , m . T . offals , shavings , chips of felled
 ...

Author: Johann G. Flügel

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Edina Or Missing Since Midnight

My dear boy , I dreamt that a great big shark with open jaws was running after me
, and I could not get out of the water . ” “ Then - have you not recollected anything
? ” “ I fear not , Frank . I shall see as the day goes on . ” But the day went on ...

Author: Mrs. Henry Wood

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Page: 454

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Walking After Midnight

I've known Renfro since I was a kid. He used to go fishing with me and my dad a
lot, and sometimes we'd ride dirt bikes. He's a motorcycle nut, always has a
bunch of them around in various stages of repair. He runs a souvenir shop with
his ...

Author: Karen Robards

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ISBN: 9780385310345

Category: Fiction

Page: 344

View: 685

A model-turned-maid is taken hostage by a "corpse" that comes to life while she is cleaning the funeral home--a man she calls Frankenstein

Words on Cassette

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The Southeastern Reporter

The for the running of a freight train on Sunday wrecked train followed them , and
never that the company has issued general rules ... It was admitted orders not to
come into Georgia motil that the defendant had these trains in after midnight .

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Category: Law reports, digests, etc

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American Labor Arbitration Awards

[ .1 ] Overtime Calculating payment for shifts extending past midnight . - Company
practice of paying for shifts running past midnight at the rate for the day on which
the shift commenced cannot prevail over the plain wording of the contract .

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Category: Arbitration, Industrial

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Flying Through Midnight

We reach the start of the runway . I set the parking brake , scan ahead , and see
Main Street still jammed with people and animals . Concerned Tex might show
up any second , I run the recips up to max to warn the crowd .
RRRRRRRRRRRR !

Author: John T. Halliday

Publisher: Scribner Book Company

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 416

View: 357

A former 606 Special Operations Squadron member recounts his 1970 secret combat mission over the Ho Chi Minh Trail, during which he struggled for survival by utilizing daredevil piloting tactics to outmaneuver thousands of anti-aircraft shells.

Rock solid Living in a Run amok World

Meals are late . Meetings start late and run past midnight . A husband who does
that kind of work has not only to think about the closing to his sermon but also to
say to himself , “ How ' s she doing ? Here ' s another night with very little sleep ...

Author: E. Lonnie Melashenko

Publisher: Review & Herald Publishing

ISBN: 9780828013413

Category: Bible

Page: 313

View: 118


Past Midnight

Yet Dominic isn’t willing to let go. In order to save their marriage, he plans to exploit the only connection they have, raising the sexual stakes, forcing Erin to interact with him again…and not only past the midnight hour.

Author: Jasmine Haynes

Publisher: Redwood Valley Publishing LLC

ISBN: 1626030693

Category: Fiction

Page: 300

View: 367

A marriage teetering on the edge after a senseless tragedy. Can two broken people ever find their way back to each other? Some things can only take place…Past Midnight Erin and Dominic DeKnight had the perfect life, a solid marriage, and DeKnight Gauges, the successful manufacturing company they ran together. Until tragedy struck. In shock and pain, the DeKnights are now fractured, going through the motions. The only time they reach for each other is after midnight. When the lights are out and neither of them can sleep, wordlessly they assuage the pain of their terrible loss in physical release, while emotionally, they’re further apart than ever. Yet Dominic isn’t willing to let go. In order to save their marriage, he plans to exploit the only connection they have, raising the sexual stakes, forcing Erin to interact with him again…and not only past the midnight hour. Will his plan breach the gulf between them? Or will they lose each other forever?

Just After Midnight

Running and running down that void avenue . . . see how the trees wave , the
large - eyed shadow flicks , here , there , zig - zags towards you , scribbles written
by angels across its wings . ONESSE Two fritillaries twit across the tall thistles in
 ...

Author: Judith Kazantzis

Publisher: Enitharmon Press

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Category: Poetry

Page: 107

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Judith Kazantzis is well known for her sensuous and bold border crossings between different worlds, real and imaginary. Change threads this collection: ultimate change in the luminous elegies for her parents, Elizabeth and Frank Longford; baffling change in the artful, expressionistic chaos of a long diary poem on a failed emigration. But her world remains holistic. She moves with grace between fixed forms and free verse, notably in the inventive metrics of her Homeric rendering. One moment she teases us with Dante's Beatrice, the next she writes a scathing satire about IDF bulldozers entombing Jenin. Her topics are lived, in wholly original yet precise imagery. Her gift is the paradox of good poetry: obliquely evoking feeling and thought so that they are, unexpectedly, immediately recognisable to the reader.