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“Her extended claws could feel every vibration throughout the delicate structure. She knew the tug of wind, the fall of a raindrop, the flutter of a trapped moth’s wing.”


Weekly Random Photos

Lunar Eclipse

Lunar Eclipse – closer

Bejewelled “Paradise”

Dewy Web

Mist on Mordor


Huon Riverbend


Lair of the Spider. A Servant of Nature. Not a Monster

Spider nests
Where the spider rests
Shiny webs with intricate detailing
Nature’s strong weaving


Bite Sized Thoughts

Strip Naked

Get naked, strip down to your core,

Then you can truly respond to the question

‘Who are you?’


Allow yourself to come undone, 88 more words

Nutrición, economía y viajes

¿Quieres perder unos kilos antes de verano? ¿O simplemente quieres comer de manera más saludable? La app Nutrino te ayudará a esto y a más cosas. 220 more words


1st grade: Spiders

My 1st graders just finished up a study on spiders.  We started with me reading a mentor text about spiders.  (National Geographic Kids’ Spiders!–I absolutely LOVE their books and try to use them as often as possible!)  In the mentor text it talks about the way spiders make their webs and how it differentiates between spiders.  438 more words

1st Grade

Societal Necessities - a poem

It’s not that I don’t care,

But rather

That I have a limit,

One I feel is fair.

Obligations and meetings

Are too much for me for now, 135 more words