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A Year of Creating Dangerously, Day 57: Sunday God Quote - Karle Wilson Baker

This Sunday’s God quote is a poem by American poet Karle Wilson Baker (1878-1960), a university professor and writer from Texas who succeeded in a field dominated by men in her day. 30 more words

9 places to eat and drink in NYC 

I love New York. This was my fifth trip to this lovely city, with my first about 15 years ago! As an adult I’m discovering new places and areas everytime I visit and I’m not done yet. 1,531 more words

Travelling

Blue Smoke [MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS]

After my last Nora Roberts book, I was really hesitant about reading Blue Smoke. However, it was just sitting there on my table and well, how could I not even attempt to read it? 364 more words

Fiction

SUNSET FIRE CEREMONY: HONORING FULL MOON, VENUS' ZENITH AND ORTHODOX NEW YEAR'S EVE

SUNSET FIRE CEREMONY: HONORING FULL MOON, VENUS’ ZENITH AND ORTHODOX NEW YEAR’S EVE

It was all about GRATITUDE

This evening sunset I did a fire ceremony to honor the full moon, the zenith of planet Venus, and the Serbian (Orthodox) New Year’s Eve. 781 more words

Stewards Of The Earth

Blue Smoke Sushi, San Diego, CA

I felt like Christmas shopping so stopped by the gorgeous San Diego mission valley mall. In the mall they have a number of restaurants, including this one, Blue Smoke. 106 more words

Mid-Price

Long Exposures in an Abandoned Train Tunnel

Patrick, my travel companion, and I took the hour and a half drive from the Northshore to Clinton Massachusetts. Our destination is the abandoned train tunnel… 98 more words

Photography

I apologize if this is getting too technical too quickly; but it’s what I’ve got for you (and, if you’ve managed to find this post it means you probably need it). 266 more words

Adafruit