‘After all these years, I see that I was mistaken about Eve in the beginning; it is better to live outside the Garden with her than inside it without her.’
7 hours, 52 minutes
Today’s interview is with Martin Hill, author of the novella Eden. First of all, Mr. Hill has served in the coast guard, Navy Reserve, and is now an officer in the state guard. 1,583 more words
13 hours, 38 minutes
The Incidental Thoughts
The blue sky reclines far across the tepid shore,
And the crisp cold flicks her face as the Terns sore.
Pacing in the satin sands with feet submerging, 78 more words
1 day, 12 hours
from that which fills the heart
It’s harder than it looks.
Breathing. Christmas. Doing. Babies. Living.
I wear the blanket I crocheted for him those years ago across my lap and across my bed each night. 340 more words
1 day, 23 hours
I hesitate to write this post, lest anyone think I’m championing lackadaisical backyard breeders or puppy mills. Not at ALL. This is just a weird, little personal observation… 381 more words
2 days, 13 hours
If you have never known that genders don’t trust each other, you are very lucky and you are supposed to be a teacher, teaching the world about the importance of gender harmony. 248 more words
2 days, 18 hours
One Day | One Image
Someone used a giant trowel to apply the finish coat to this wall!
You can see it for yourself, the next time you’re in Eden. Eden, Texas, I mean. 32 more words
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