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"Think in the morning. Act in the noon. Eat in the evening. Sleep in the night." William Blake

Well, Sir William, what happens when you cannot sleep at night? What happens when you don’t sleep night after night? Well, of course… You are unable to think in the morning, surely unable act (normally and consciously) in the noon. 1,560 more words


The Academy

Breathing heavily he dodged around the saafa carts and ran through the rest of the market. Not daring to look back he jumped over the railing that separated Academy grounds from the city proper and dashed into the tunnel leading into the lower level of the Academy. 908 more words

Fourth Age

Hmm, Maybe James Is Wrong

A week or so ago, I discovered the names of my great-great grandfather‘s parents. According to a marriage record transcribed by a volunteer, James Conner married Nancy Reed in Delaware County, Ohio in 1841. 86 more words


The Conners — Always On The Move

The father of my great-great grandfather, John ‘Pap’ Conner, was born in May of 1819 in Virginia, probably in Augusta County. That’s according to multiple sources, including the 1900 census, on which the census man had mistakenly recorded John’s father name as John Senior. 524 more words


Blog Tour + Review + Excerpt: SILENTLY BROKEN (Broken #3) by Maegan Abel

Maegan Abel just annihilated my heart in Silently Broken and I bet she is smiling about it. This book was INCREDIBLE and left me breathless till the very end. 1,651 more words

John Conner’s Ma

I’ve been looking for the parents of my great-great grandfather John ‘Pap’ Conner for years. The 1900 census records his father as John Sr., but I haven’t been able to confirm this. 108 more words


Conner clawing toward soccer history

HEBRON – The Conner High School boys soccer team could field a team and a half with all the seniors on its roster.

Sixteen members of the Cougars’ program will graduate after this school year, and they have a goal of making school history. 621 more words