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Picking up chicks and narrowly escaping death at Coney Island

So there’s this movie–that I actually have not seen… but I saw a preview for it once on accident. I was watching something on youtube and it automatically played the next thing, which was this trailer. 251 more words

Travel

A not so wintry June...

By now, I thought I’d be writing about bicycle riding during the cooler months. Not so. June, our first month of winter, is over and the weather has been quite unusual. 244 more words

Experiment

What happens when you take your obsession on holidays?

A holiday to far north Queensland with my dear friends, Pauline and Ron, took me away from my book. The trip had been pre-planned for months and somehow I had to wrench myself from the computer. 330 more words

Writing

God loved the birds and invented trees. Man loved the birds and invented cages. ~Jacques Deval, Afin de vivre bel et bien

Our neighbors are getting a new roof.

How exciting.

This morning my husband ventured across the street to ask the workers about getting a bid for our roof and one of the men handed a baby humming bird to my kids.   257 more words

Blessings

Disney World.

Man.

Did we have a vacation.

It would take me way too long, and it would be way too boring to go into everything we saw, the gist is: we saw and did a ton, it was hot, it was wonderful, and I’m glad to be home. 62 more words

Blessings

Eternity

In the Bay of Bengal, a cyclone brewed,
the soft eastern sands remembered the fear,
from Chennai to Puri, a dark eye moved,
a headless death god, his shadow drew near. 79 more words

Poetry