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My favorite part of The Voice

It’s at about minute 1:20. Sixteen-year-old Jacquie Lee’s time is almost up and none of the super star judges have activated the switch to turn their chair around, signaling approval of Ms. 503 more words

Jesus

The First Deities (Revamped): Chapter 6 - Convergence

It was probably the look I made with my face that alerted Mr. Hollan to take notice and he stood up and made his way to me. 1,764 more words

Light Novel

Change of Plans, Guys

These past few weeks have been a whirlwind, knocking the breath right out of me and leaving me feeling a little stuck and helpless. Nothing specifically has been weighing on me, but little things have added up to create a heavy burden on my shoulders. 749 more words

Maxwell Falls Attempt

Those who have been to or lived in Colorado during the spring know how the weather is always up and down. One day it snows and the next it could be 75+ degrees. 351 more words

Colorado

Sealed With a Kiss 10

Murmur of river in late afternoon.  Smell of Virginia and paper mill and polluted river.  She has fallen asleep and is snoring lightly.  They say the ones who snore seem to fall asleep first.  894 more words

New Year at Golden Gardens

Golden Gardens Park is one of my “go to” places to unwind and enjoy the shore line of Puget Sound.   I usually I take a walk around the park without my camera just to relax and get a feel for the light. 84 more words

Washington

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We're jumping straight into our posting about visualizing adventure and the fun and excitement that goes along with it with this beautiful post from the technical genius who is building our new visimbe app - Tad Gielow. Tad's film and animation resume includes The Iron Giant, Mulan, Men in Black and many more. We're so lucky he decided to move to Seattle and start building apps while taking these gorgeous photos. (Non-Objective Disclaimer - this great guy also happens to be my husband and part of the team here at visimbe!)

Jazzpunk

I don’t even know where to begin with this one.

Release: February 7, 2014 (PC)

By Ian Coppock

What do you get when you combine  1,179 more words

Open-World