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Gwenpool Trades Genre for Medium in Gwenpool 21

by Patrick Ehlers

This article contains SPOILERS. If you haven’t read the issue yet, proceed at your own risk!

This may be the first time in my life where I’m reading a superhero who is as obsessed with the gutter as I am. 382 more words

Patrick Ehlers

365 Challenge: Day 197 - Estate

Estate: A ‘few’ pictures of the Biltmore Estate from yesterday’s tours in Asheville, Nort Carolina

Ryder is on vacation in NYC. He sends me pictures and videos each day of his walks, playtime and morning treats. 424 more words

365 Day Challenge

It's Friday and I'm in love...

I do focus a lot of my educational experiences, but, to remain true to being a Post-traditional student, I feel the need to focus on my life in general. 556 more words

Life

Life In NLD in C16th WW Tomlinson - Notes and Jottings.

Rural Townships and Trades

Cottages on each side of village street – could close the ends in time of danger

Mill, bakehouse, smithy, church, tower or hall. 221 more words

Life In Northumberland In C16th By WW Tomlinson

Ordinary World - Intro

The third and final part of the Guardians story arc.  This is a prequel to the story Hold Me Now, and while you can technically read this story without having read the other story to understand what’s happening, the preferred reading order is… 289 more words

Angels

Life In NLD in C16th WW Tomlinson - Notes and Jottings.

Castles and gentry

A description of Alnwick Castle

5th Earls household comprised 166 people not including superior officers (receivers, constables, auditors)

Jurisdiction over a barony comprised of 33 townships… 227 more words

Life In Northumberland In C16th By WW Tomlinson

CLIMATE - Life In NLD in C16th WW Tomlinson

Climate

Lord Willoughby, the governor of Berwick to Cecil 12 /12/1600

“If I were further from the tempestuousness of Cheviot hills, and once retired from this accursed contry, whence the sunn is so removed I would not change my homlyest hermitage for the highest pallace ther … one rayon of sun may deliver me from the darkness here; which I protest is no less to me than Hell.” 109 more words

Life In Northumberland In C16th By WW Tomlinson