The massive medieval walls suddenly overshadowed the flat farmland, chillingly suggesting their having moved when I wasn’t looking. That was nothing compared to Obidos’s next assault on my senses.
The Sex Lives of Glowworms
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John M. Edwards had no intention of conquering claustrophobia by going caving—until he remembered Pat Boone eating a giant mushroom in a Jules Verne film
To El Paso, With love
I hate crying. With my nose red, puffy eyes, and never ending hiccups, I am not a pretty sight to behold. Crying was never part of the plan when I left Philadelphia for El Paso, Texas.
Where the Clear Creek Narrows
Michael Chacko Daniels
I get a glimpse of Pheneger Creek coursing among the giant trees of California’s central coast on Highway One
Preparing for Women to Become Government Property
James Campion 5.7.22
... all of those states have “trigger-laws” that kick in once this glaringly apparent Supreme Court ruling comes down, which grants state governments the complete power over the innards of over half of its public.
Developing Self-Growth That Revolves Around Creativity
Indiana Lee 5.2.22
Creativity is subjective, and so is personal growth. The relationship between these two things is more apparent than most people realize.
How Technology Has Changed the Writing World - Indiana Lee 5.9.22
Writing has always been technological. From papyrus paper to printing presses, writers have used the latest technology for thousands of years to record stories, poems, memoirs, and musings.
Designing Your Van’s Home Office
Indiana Lee 5.18.22
Creative Lifestyles on the move
I Ride My Bicycle
I just finished my bicycle ride, and I’m a little winded. I would say I’m out of shape, but the fact is I do have a shape. It resembles an elephant sea lion with two pasty white legs sprouting from its lower end.
Jeannine M Pitas
She did not even think about what she’d be missing out on by taking up this life. She was destined to live simply, to help those in need, to teach the message of peace by example