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Goin' to Hell

Hell is a difficult concept for some and apparently a diatribe that has been used to abuse, and actually caused some to leave faith entirely. First of all, that’s heart breaking. 483 more words

The Cooper Family Falling Body Photo

Via The Museum of Hoaxes

The story goes that sometime in the 1950s the Cooper family of Texas bought an old house and moved into it. 217 more words


Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween to all my spook-tacular readers!

Unfortunately, I haven’t had time to put together a brand new seasonal post this year, but here’s a few of my previous Halloween offerings for your scary enjoyment: 114 more words


Art Stuff #2

Mediums used: Chalk pastel and oil pastel

There’s an old Cherokee legend that tells of grandfather who told his grandson a story about how there are two wolves constantly at war within him: a good one and a evil one. 35 more words

Myth-busting about back-busting

Elementary schools, and other schools and workplaces, should implement ergonomic desks to accommodate for varying body dimensions of children. This would promote good sitting posture and reinforce that posture into their adult years, an issue that is becoming more prevalent as the amount of hours spent sitting at school, work, and home have increased. 1,408 more words


“I believe in everything until it’s disproved. So I believe in fairies, the myths, dragons. It all exists, even if it’s in your mind. Who’s to say that dreams and nightmares aren’t as real as the here and now?” ―John Lennon



She shone, a pearl unveiled to all

With towers of opalescent hue

And streets of marble inlay

She was a jewel that shone too bright… 140 more words