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Find Your Place: Musings from the Bear Creek Greenway

In the summer, insects drone loudly beneath a thick canopy of riparian vegetation and ripe blackberries, while white fluff falls like snow. The future of Black Cottonwood trees along Bear Creek is certain. 641 more words

Environmental Education

Travels To Paris

Paris – “the city of love”, is an absolutely beautiful city which I visited for my 18th birthday in 2015.

There is so much to see in Paris, there are things to do for all ages and tastes, and it truely is an amazing experience that I am grateful for experiencing. 1,161 more words


Sunday School: Mo Passions, Mo Problems

As I look back in my journals, I find a common theme of frustration with too many passions and ideas. I get struck with analysis paralysis in my attempts to fit it all under one umbrella. 214 more words

Church Of Writing

E.S. Cropconsult: Week 8

Giant grasshoppers, eggs of avians and lepidopterans, and fresh cabbage; a nice view in Abbotsford of Mt. Cheam, as well.

Photos from week 8 in the fields.


Slow and Steady 

The perfectly shaped snail could not be ignored.


London in Black and White

London is many things, light and dark. Perhaps nowhere else in England embodies the intersection between chaotic creation and destruction like this monolithic metropolis, that 8.6 million people call home. 160 more words


Writing takes you to Physical New Places (Writers)

Warning: Trigger post mentions death, paranormal, and suicide.

I am going to do something different with this post and start with a poem:

She woke up one day, 535 more words