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December's Guest Storyteller, Sherri Matthews

Sherri has been writing full-time since 2011.  Currently working on her memoir, Stranger in a White Dress, she has been published in a variety of national magazines and two anthologies.  723 more words


Dec. 3: On Wanting

Today’s guest blog comes from fellow HC alum (and could-have-been fellow theatre kid) Dan Clavin. Dan works in Digital Media in NYC, is a lifelong fan of New Jersey, and is probably talking to himself in Spanish. 1,119 more words


Soup in a coffee mug? Oh my!

There are sometimes when you just have to stop and drool. This happened to me today when I was playing around on  Pinterest, which.. 113 more words


Dec. 1: Foundations

Our guest blog today comes from Kristina Latino, a wonderful friend, beautiful singer and badass arts administrator. Readings for today can be found here. 940 more words

Daily Reflections

Pecan & caramel New-York cheesecake (Magnolia Bakery)


When I was in New-York City, I had to go to the world famous Magnolia Bakery (featured in many US TV series) and try a few of their treats. 1,119 more words

Cakes, Biscuits & Co.

Dancing with Fireflies reblogged this on ✈️ Dancing With Fireflies ☕️ and commented:

cheesecake What's your favorite cheesecake flavor?  I have to say I think that white chocolate raspberry is probably my all time favorite flavor, but this one is a close second. I have visited the delightful Magnolia Bakery in New York City. It is pretty cool. It has a nice variety of cupcakes and sweets. Miam Miam & Yum has the recipe for one of their treats. Check out Miam Miam & Yum's blog and follow them on Twitter where I found them @miammiamyum Love, Crysta - Dancing With Fireflies   Get $35 Credit at UrbanSitter

Shut the Front Door!

This week, we hear from guest-blogger, Rachel Nix, who discusses her haunting poem, “This House”! Enjoy…

Shanti and I met last November when I nudged her to go with me to see Andrea Gibson perform in Birmingham. 435 more words


Guest Post: Barbara Daniels on Castles in the Southern Welsh Marches


  Whereas the mighty castles of North Wales were built by Edward I to gain and maintain order in that part of the country, the more southern castles in the Welsh Marches were constructed after the Norman Conquest by order or agreement of William I to subdue the troublesome inhabitants of the region. 1,243 more words

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