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Tokyo Disneyland: A Guide

The problem with Japan sometimes is that there are just too many people. Anything considered even remotely popular, cool or special will be crowded to a degree that is just beyond-belief. 568 more words


A Mad Man Lives In My Mind

A mad man lives in my mind

He wants me to tell the truth

But he also wants me to rhyme

A poet lives in my heart… 52 more words

how much can you position yourself?

today the sky is really gloomy. making me feel all pensive.
i feel like i’m going to go all dear diary for this post which feels liberating and also unfamiliar. 241 more words

High Note

10 Tips to Proofread Your Novel Like a Pro

By DeAnna Cameron //

When it comes to editing a story, novel or some other written work-in-progress, it’s always best to put the job in the hands of a trusted and qualified editor. 803 more words


Writing Process Blog Tour

When Nora Vasconcelos at “The Traveling Book Club’s Blog”, http://thetravelingbookclub.wordpress.com/, asked if I would like to take part in the “Writing Process Blog Tour”, I blithely said “Of course.  1,228 more words


Working the paddy fields, Ubud, Bali

September 2010. For those of you who have tramped the long straight busy main road in Ubud, with its bars and restaurants and convenience stores, you might it strange to see a photograph of a woman working the paddy fields in this teeming town.  47 more words


A Season of Newness

For today’s reflection I would like to share an excerpt of the homily delivered by Pope Francis I at the Easter Vigil Service.

“In the Gospel of this radiant night of the Easter Vigil, we first meet the women who go the tomb of Jesus with spices to anoint his body (cf. 349 more words