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A Sheltered Life

WARNING: MATURE THEMES AND COARSE LANGUAGE

Since I’ve announced on my blog that I was in the House of Friendship men’s shelter, I’ve been asked in private message a few times what it’s like to live in a shelter. 1,059 more words

Looking For Work

THE DEVIL HAS NEVER SUCCEEDED IN WIPING OUT FAITH IN GOD OR CHRISTIANITY, AND HE NEVER WILL!

Tribulations, persecutions and sufferings of God’s children have been going on throughout the world ever since the world began, and they couldn’t have suffered any more than they have suffered.–But they survived! 172 more words

Last Days

Army shaping up

So the army about 9 weeks in. No shed wars but getting there.

Add ten slingers and I’m done. I am hoping there is enough here to make for some good games. 17 more words

Historical

Cuthbert of Lindisfarne, Pt. 1

I realized a few weeks back when I wrote a post about clothing in the 7th century, that I have yet to write a post about one of the most influential figures of the Early Middle Ages, that being Cuthbert, Bishop of Lindisfarne (634 AD – March 20, 687 AD). 2,570 more words

Dark Ages

A Delightful Curse on a Lead Scroll

Only a historical novelist would use the word “delightful” to describe a curse inscribed on a rolled thin sheet of lead. Well, maybe an archaeologist or historian might know what I mean. 814 more words

History

Anatomy Of A Restructured Job Description

This is one of the best example I’ve found of how job descriptions change through task compression and downsizing in this Age Of Austerity.

My remarks are in red. 533 more words

Looking For Work

Dinas Emrys

It was only the weekend before last, as part of the EMWARG conference at Bangor University organised by Professor Nancy Edwards and Marion Shiner, that I got the opportunity to visit… 378 more words

Places And Landscapes