Humans are, by nature, storytellers. Telling and listening to stories are our means of teaching, learning, socializing, entertaining, and living vicariously. Stories are so prominent in our lives, it’s not surprising that they affect readers in ways that stick with them for the rest of their lives. 216 more words
On behalf of all of us on the Board of Cal-TASH, I’m pleased to invite you to follow our blog!! As you may know already, because frankly you wouldn’t be getting this if you weren’t involved with Cal-TASH already, we are dedicated to the advocacy of all people whose vision for their lives centers around the notion of INCLUSION! 345 more words
The strangest monster ever to fall off the Welsh cryptid map.
A veritable bestiary survives from Welsh myth and legends, from dragons, the Gwiber and Carrog, to the legion of races collected haphazardly under the umbrella (or should that be a cloak) of the Tylwyth Teg, with monstrous boars, basilisks and lake serpents along the way. 1,599 more words