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Chapter One: Cinder Crème

For some odd reason, I was actually let out of the house for once. Of course I had a time limit, and I could only go to the grocery store, but nevertheless, it was my first time out in months. 483 more words


Even in Sadness, Light Shines Through

June 4, 2014, was the last time I posted on my blog.  I am determined to post before July ends, so here I go with a snapshot of what the last several weeks have looked like. 723 more words


silent bird

One day when a sparrow was flying at the high, a rolling stone was caught its vision. The stupid bird thought it might be a great fun to roll down with that stone. 61 more words


The Santa Barbara Simoom of 1859

By Brian Dunning via skeptoid

Today we’re going to go back more than a century and a half to a hot summer day on the central coast of California, to the town of Santa Barbara. 449 more words


Radio Appearance

Doc appears on KMUD’s Monday Morning Magazine with host Dennis Huber, 88.1 FM, Eureka, 91.1 FM Garberville, Monday, 8:30 AM July 28, 2014.

Doc and Dennis  will talk about Doc’s The Great Trade of ’62 short story from the Aethlon:  Journal of Sport Literature, 1998, a 50th First Grade reunion in the Berkeley Hills, the primal necessity and joy of story-telling and the usual admixture of diverse topics. 16 more words

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Wonderful Windy Ways!

The Red Spotted Banana: a Collaborative Stop Motion Animated Movie

In the last week of the winter holidays we gathered around the element of air to create a stop motion animated movie. 145 more words

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New Slow Business Networking Event in Windsor

I want to try Slow Business Networking events in a whole host of venues…

We’re currently using a floor of a building in a business park, we have 2 pub venues, a go-karting track and shortly a hotel coming online, it seemed logical to host an event in a bank since all businesses need a bank. 107 more words

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